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  1. Baltimore (AFI: [ˈbɒltɨmɔr]) é a cidade mais populosa do estado americano de Maryland. É a cidade independente americana mais populosa do país. É o principal centro urbano, financeiro e cultural do estado americano de Maryland.

    • Monument City, Charm City, Mob Town e B-more
    • Baltimorean
    • Selo
    • "The Greatest City in America", "Get in on it.", "Believe"
  2. › wiki › BaltimoreBaltimore - Wikipedia

    Baltimore is the most populous city in Maryland and the 30th-most populous in the U.S. It was founded in 1729 by the Province of Maryland and became an independent city in 1851. It is known for its history, culture, economy, and attractions, such as the Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium, and the Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

  3. Maryland, também chamada de Marilândia em português, [ 3][ 6][ 7][ 8] é um dos 50 estados dos Estados Unidos, localizado na região nordeste do país. Maryland foi nomeada em homenagem à rainha Henriqueta Maria, francesa, esposa do rei Carlos I da Inglaterra . Maryland foi uma das treze colônias que rebelaram-se contra o domínio britânico na região.

    • "Old Line State", "Free State", "Little America", "America in Miniature"
    • 39° N 76.7° O
    • Selo
    • 'Fatti maschii, parole femine, (do italiano: Ações fortes, palavras gentis)
  4. Baltimore County (which partially surrounds, though does not include, the independent City of Baltimore) is part of the Northeast megalopolis, which stretches from Northern Virginia northward to Boston. Baltimore County hosts a diversified economy, with particular emphasis on education, government, and health care.

    • June 30, 1659
    • Towson
  5. A comprehensive overview of the history of Baltimore and its surrounding area in central Maryland since the establishment of settlements by European colonists in 1661. Learn about the Native American, colonial, and early American history, the maritime and industrial development, the Civil War and post-war era, and the modern city and its culture.

  6. Baltimore is the biggest city in the U.S. state of Maryland. In 2010 it had about 620,961 people living there. It is not in any county, so it is called an independent city. It is next to the Chesapeake Bay and used to be an important port for trade by ships.