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Mid-town Baltimore is a pretty lively section of the city. Lots of cultural attrations, residential and office space, resturants, coffee shops, etc. Mid-town consists of 4 major districts, Mount Vernon, Charles Village,
Station North Arts District and Mt. Royal (and maybe Homewood). Almost all of these pics are of Mt. Vernon with the exception of the BSO pics, which is Mt. Royal.

They arent that great and I was in a bit of a rush once again, but you'll get the idea.

Symphony Center Office/Apartment complex at State Center










Home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchastra


Poe Plaza at The University of Baltimore. (Apparently the students are already out on break because there were very few people on campus today.)


Statue of Poe


Random UB building


The new UB Student Union


Random Office Building


Maryland Institute College of Art's trademark Mt. Royal Station Building.


Street Scene/Cafe


Brownstones








Belvedere Hotel and Condos


A Church


The Monumental Life Insurance Building


One of several banks in the neighborhood


More brownstones




Streetscape


Apartments








The Washington Monument


An aerial of Mount Vernon taken from atop the Washington Monument that I found online


Areial of Mt. Vernon Square (Found this online too)



The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University




A Statue at Mt. Vernon Square


Pics of Mt. Vernon Square that I found online












Part of Mount Vernon Square


Part of the Walter's Art Museum


Apartment Building


Retail/Resturant District










A Local Bank


More apartments


A couple pubs




The Live Baltimore Home Center


An aerial taken from atop the Washington Monument that I found online
 

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great pics... they're an excellent compliment to the Charles St. pics that Ron posted a few months ago since he started in federal hill and walked up to the monument.
 

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Great photos, you ca really appreciate the architecture. To bad there is no one on the street to appreciate it. I am always amazed how desolate the streets are. Plenty of auto traffic though.
 

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That area really is beautiful. Great pics, I'm going to venture out sometime soon an take some photos of the downtown area.
 
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