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Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state that's defined by its abundant waterways and coastlines on the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Its largest city, Baltimore, has a long history as a major seaport. Fort McHenry, birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, sits at the mouth of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, home to the National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center.
American Visionary Art Museum.
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A Virtual Field Trip to Historic St. Mary's City
Lizi Pinkus, a Master's in Teaching student at St. Mary's College of Maryland, produced this video for a Technology in the Classroom class during summer 2014.
Best Small Towns to Visit in Maryland TOP 20
Best Small Towns to Visit in Maryland TOP 20. List: Thurmont, Berlin, Easton, Hampstead, Crisfield, Ocean City, Havre de Grace, Oakland, St Mary’s City, New Market, Vienna, Emmitsburg, Leonardtown, St. Michaels, Rock Hall, North Beach, Williamsport, Takoma Park, Snow Hill, Monkton
St Mary's Island | Malpe to St Mary's Boat Ride | Udupi Tourism | Karnataka Tourism | Steps Together
This vlog is all about our recent visit to St Mary'ss Islands of Udupi District, Karnataka, India during 18 Mar 2017.
St mary's Island is approximately 15 Kms from Udupi town
You need to board the boat from Malpe fishing harbour
to reach St Mary's island.
Boat ticket price: 200rs per person (includes to and fro journey).
Buy tickets at: St Mary's Island boating office near the port.
St Mary's islands are known for their distinctive
geological formation of the hexagonal columns
of rock made of basalt.
Geological studies indicate that these islands were
created at around 88 million years ago when
Madagascar and Africa separated from India.
Malpe fishing harbour to St Mary's Island
According to folk legend, in the year 1498, Vasco da Gama landed at
these Islands on his journey from Portugal and named one of these
islands, O Padrão de Santa Maria, as a dedication to Mother Mary.
St Mary's Island is one of the only four Geological
Monuments in Karnataka state and one of the 26 Geological Monuments in India
declared by the Geological Survey of India.
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10 Surprising Maryland Facts
Learn more about the Old Line State, including surprising history, famous residents, and fun cultural trivia with our magnificent facts about Maryland.
10 Surprising Maryland Facts
1. Annapolis, Maryland was briefly the capital of the United States, from 1783-1784.
2. Maryland is sometimes called America in miniature because of its diverse geography. Maryland boasts beautiful coastlines and sandy dunes, plains and marshlands teeming with animal life, oak forests and pine-covered mountains.
3. In exchange for granting a charter for settlers to establish a new colony, King Charles asked that it be named for his wife, Queen Henrietta Maria. Thus it was called Terra Mariae, or Mary-land.
4. The first colonizers of Maryland wanted to avoid conflict with the Native American Piscataways living there and requested the chief's permission to settle, which he gave.
5. Maryland is home to many national firsts, including the first post office, printing business, telegraph line, dental school, and hot air balloon ascension.
6. Francis Scott Key wrote the words to “The Star-Spangled Banner” after seeing the flag still waving at Fort McHenry in Maryland’s Baltimore Harbor after the British bombarded the fort during the War of 1812.
7. The town of Garrett Park, Maryland, passed a law in 1898 making it illegal to harm any songbird or tree within city limits.
8. The abolitionist Frederick Douglass was born and raised in Maryland.
Harriet Tubman, champion of the Underground Railroad, was born as a slave in Maryland, eventually escaping to Philadelphia.
9. Famous writers who lived in Maryland include Edgar Allan Poe,
F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Upton Sinclair.
10. Maryland’s state crustacean is the Maryland Blue Crab, and its state sport is jousting.
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Best places in Maryland ,Sandy Point State Park MD
A beautiful day at Sandy Point State Park and beautiful view of the bridge ,MD
Ranger Christy Bright St Mary's County Tourism
Ranger Christy Bright is the State Parks Manager in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources in St. Mary's County. This video was taped at Point Lookout State Park on the Chesapeake Bay in St. Mary's County. Ranger Bright relates information in this video about the numerous State Parks located in St. Mary's County where, it has been said, the best fishing in the state can be found. The unspoiled parks in St. Mary's are perfect for birding, camping, picnicking, fishing, kayaking, para sailing and many more water sports and a little about the Haunted Point Lookout Lighthouse.
Happy Birthday, Maryland Video
Celebrate Maryland's 375th right here where it all began in St. Mary's County!
2009 marks a milestone in Marylands history---its 375th anniversary! In 1634, 140 hardy travelers crossed the Atlantic in two small ships, ventured up the Chesapeake Bay into the Potomac River, and landed on the shores of tiny St. Clements Island. Led by Governor Leonard Calvert, the colonists soon sailed on from the island up the St. Marys River and established Lord Baltimores settlement. They christened their new world Terra Maria, or Maryland, and the fourth permanent settlement in British North America was born and the colony was up and running. St. Marys City became the FIRST capital of Maryland and a surprisingly cosmopolitan town with taverns, lodging houses, a brick chapel and a printing press and populated by men and women determined to create a truly New World based on principles of freedom of conscience and separation of church and state. These founding tenets would become the basis for some of our nations most cherished freedoms.
Three hundred and seventy-five years later, Maryland has grown to become a state known for its high standard of living, its entrepreneurial spirit and its leadership in the fields of technology, and St. Marys County has grown right along with it! Today, St. Marys blends a vibrant economy—its the states fastest growing region in terms of technology-related jobs—with its rich past, giving the area a unique character as well as a high quality of life. Located just a short drive south of Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Annapolis, youll find inspiring colonial and maritime heritage, and great places to shop, eat and stay, plus fabulous festivals that celebrate 375 years of history and culture.
Welcome to Historic St. Mary's City
Take a lightning tour of HSMC's living history sites! This whirlwind of sight and sound was created by intern Erica Burns, from St. Mary's College of Maryland. - Historic St Mary's City.
Crossing Border Driving From U.S.A. Into Ontario, Canada
Driving I-75 (Interstate 75) over the Sault Ste Marie International Bridge into Ontario, Canada to the Border Crossing
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Sault Ste. Marie (/ˈsuː seɪnt məˈriː/ Soo Saint Marie) is a city on the St. Marys River in Ontario, Canada, close to the US-Canada border. It is the seat of the Algoma District and the third largest city in Northern Ontario, after Sudbury and Thunder Bay.
To the south, across the river, is the United States and the city of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. These two communities were one city until a new treaty after the War of 1812 established the border between Canada and the United States in this area at the St. Mary's River. In the 21st century, the two cities are joined by the International Bridge, which connects Interstate 75 on the Michigan side, and Huron Street (and former Ontario Secondary Highway 550B) on the Ontario side. Shipping traffic in the Great Lakes system bypasses the Saint Mary's Rapids via the American Soo Locks, the world's busiest canal in terms of tonnage that passes through it, while smaller recreational and tour boats use the Canadian Sault Ste. Marie Canal.
French colonists referred to the rapids on the river as Les Saults de Ste. Marie and the village name was derived from that. The rapids and cascades of the St. Mary's River descend more than 20 feet from the level of Lake Superior to the level of the lower lakes. Hundreds of years ago, this slowed shipping traffic, requiring an overland portage of boats and cargo from one lake to the other. The entire name translates to Saint Mary's Rapids or Saint Mary's Falls. The word sault is pronounced [so] in French, and /ˈsuː/ in the English pronunciation of the city name. Residents of the city are called Saultites.
Sault Ste. Marie is bordered to the east by the Rankin and Garden River First Nation reserves, and to the west by Prince Township. To the north, the city is bordered by an unincorporated portion of Algoma District, which includes the local services boards of Aweres, Batchawana Bay, Goulais and District, Peace Tree and Searchmont. The city's census agglomeration, including the townships of Laird, Prince and Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional and the First Nations reserves of Garden River and Rankin, had a total population of 79,800 in 2011.
Native American settlements, mostly of Ojibwe-speaking peoples, existed here for more than 500 years. In the late 17th century, French Jesuit missionaries established a mission at the First Nations village. This was followed by development of a fur trading post and larger settlement, as traders, trappers and Native Americans were attracted to the community. It was considered one community and part of Canada until after the War of 1812 and settlement of the border between Canada and the US at the Ste. Mary's River. The US prohibited British traders from operating in its territory, and the areas separated by the river began to develop as two communities, both named Sault Ste. Marie
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