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Last week, I posted the first part of a series of pictures of Baltimore, MD. Here is the second part, in the Mount Vernon neighborhood.
It is a beautiful district of Baltimore, full of cultural places to visit and admire. Here is what the Baltimore’s Mount Vernon Cultural District website has to say about it:
With a backdrop of stunning 19th century architecture and inviting parks, Baltimore’s Mount Vernon is a cultural urban village that boasts museums, music, theater, international dining cuisine, boutiques, festivals, and a thriving nightlife. The neighborhood’s historic centerpiece, built in 1815, is the Washington Monument. The nation’s first monument to George Washington soars 176 feet above four picturesque parks. Mount Vernon is a special place, rich in history and vibrant in the present, a neighborhood that beckons residents and visitors to take their time and enrich their lives.
There were two main reasons for me to visit this beautiful area: the Washington Monument and the Peabody Library. But I discovered there were much more to see.
Mount Vernon Place, its adjacent gardens and beautiful buildings
The Peabody Institute and Library
Unfortunately, I wasn’t allowed to take pictures of the library, put you can see some here.
The La Fayette monument
Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church
Other views of the area
Other places of interest near the area
The Baltimore Basilica
The First Unitarian Universalist Church Of Baltimore
Next week, the last part, for some remaining views that I took of the Charm City.