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400 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD, United States, 21202
The pride of Baltimore, the Inner Harbor sits in the heart of the city and can be classified as a combination of a riverside port, an independent neighborhood. Although Baltimore has been a major seaport since the 1700s, the Inner Harbor has always been considered to be too shallow for large vessels and has over the years metamorphosized into more of a tourism focal point. Inner Harbor, in addition to the actual scenic harbor itself, is home to many major attractions including the Baltimore Aquarium, Baltimore Maritime Museum, and the Maryland Science Center. The harbor is widely-acknowledged as one of the great successes of urban planning of the 20th- century in the United States.
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