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Baltimore Demographics

The population of Baltimore is estimated at 636,919
There are 258,915 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $36,949
People who live in Baltimore use the area code 410 (Find any phone number in Baltimore here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Baltimore

Edgar Allen Poe, David Byrne, Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday, Dorothy Hamill, David Hasselhoff, Montel Williams, John Waters, Frank Zappa, Tupac Shakir, Anna Faris, Michael Phelps, Johnny Unitas, Carl Ripken Jr., Babe Ruth, Johns Hopkins, Francis Scott Key, Thurgood Marshall, and Nancy Pelosi

Baltimore History - Important Notes

Members of the Second Continental Congress met in Baltimore for 3 months
Baltimore residents helped build the first passenger railroad and the first Roman Catholic Cathedral in the United States
Baltimore is also known as the City of Firsts
Did You Know? - It is illegal to swear outside the city limits of Baltimore.

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Things to do in Baltimore

See a local sports team, like the Baltimore Orioles (Baseball), or the Baltimore Ravens (Football).
Visit the numerous Museums and other attractions
Take a trip to the world renown Baltimore Aquarium
See Science made fun at the Maryland Science Center
See the site of the battle that inspired Francis Scott Key to write The Star Spangled Banner, Fort McHenry
Enjoy the Baltimore Inner Harbor

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Baltimore

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Martin State Airport
Mariner Arena
Oriole Park
Fells Point
John Hopkins University
Federal Hill Park
Top of the World Observation Level
Edgar Allan Poe's Memorial
Baltimore Grand Prix
Mount Vernon Park


701 Wilson Point Rd, #1, Baltimore, MD 21220
201 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201
333 W Camden St, Baltimore, MD 21201
600 S Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231
725 N Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21205
800 Battery Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230
401 E Pratt St, #2700, Baltimore, MD 21202
519 W Fayette St Baltimore, Baltimore, MD 21201
323 W Camden St, #400, Baltimore, MD 21201
600 S Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21230

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About Baltimore

In 1706 a large new port of call was established in Maryland, primarily to provide convenient oceanic transportation for local tobacco crops. The area in which this port was built would be known as Baltimore Town by 1729. The town's population grew rapidly, and in 1796 its citizens filed a petition to officially incorporate the area as a city. Their petition was approved on the last day of 1796, and the following year Baltimore Town was declared to be Baltimore City.

During the American Revolution Baltimore was an important city for the United States. It was home to many political leaders and even the temporary capital of America when Congress met at the home of Henry Fite in 1776 and 1777. The city also played an important role during the War of 1812. In September of 1814, British soldiers attacked, but were held off by American troops stationed at Fort McHenry. The morning after the battle, Francis Scott Key saw that the American flag still waved proudly, and the site of it encouraged him to write The Star Spangled Banner. Key's song would become the National Anthem in 1931.

In 1904 much of the city was destroyed in a massive fire. The blaze lasted for more than one full day, and destroyed over 1.500 buildings. Efforts to rebuild began immediately, and within two years the city was beginning to resemble its former self. Baltimore residents continued to rejuvenate the city, and were determined to make it even better and more expansive than it had been.

Today Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland, but it is not the capital of the state. That distinction goes to the nearby city of Annapolis. Baltimore, however, remains one of the most populated cities in the United States, a beacon of industry within the state and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world.