Baltimore’s harbours and waterfronts have been central to the city’s identity and prosperity since the city’s inception. They play host to Baltimore’s crucial fishing and transportation industries, as well as acting as a social space that has been heavily utilised in recent years thanks to private and public renovations.
Baltimore was aptly named Charm City in the 1970s for its eclectic mix of historic architecture. From the elegant brownstone townhouses to the harbour warehouse conversions, the monuments and museums to the über-modern, Baltimore has a characterful architectural milieu that effortlessly impresses the city’s visitors.
Baltimore, aptly nicknamed Charm City, is best known for its seafood delicacies which are best enjoyed staring over the picturesque Inner Harbor. The city has a rich history and has played an essential part in defining what it means to be an American today.
Baltimore has played a significant role in the development of the beer industry over the past two centuries. In fact, the patent for the beer bottle cap was invented in Baltimore in 1829. Canton, a town local to Baltimore, was the site of the American Can Company, famous for being the first to can beer. The Baltimore area was saturated with breweries during the late 19th-century, but sadly many fell to the pressures of the 20th-century market.
Baltimore, affectionately known as Charm City, is best known for its fresh Atlantic seafood but in recent years, it has become home to a truly global array of flavours. From the Peruvian Andes to the streets of Tuscan cities, there’s plenty to discover in Baltimore.
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