Annapolis, MD Photos

Annapolis is a seaport village which retains its historic Georgian character even while dominated by the Maryland State Capitol with its large wooden dome & the U.S. Naval Academy campus.

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Maryland State Capital. Annapolis, MD.Looking up Main St. to St. Anne's Church & up Francis St. to State Capitol. Annapolis, MD.View of State Capitol Dome from alley off Main St. Annapolis, MD.State house & East St. from Pinkney St. Annapolis, MD.
Maryland State Capital (c1772). Annapolis, MD. Architect: Joseph Horatio Anderson & Joseph Clark. Looking up Main St. to St. Anne's Church & up Francis St. to State Capitol. Annapolis, MD.View of State Capitol Dome from alley off Main St. Annapolis, MD.State house & East St. from Pinkney St. Annapolis, MD.
State house & houses on East St. Annapolis, MD.St. Anne's Episcopal Church at end of Main St. Annapolis, MD.Row of wooden colonial houses along Cornhill St. Annapolis, MD.Wooden colonial houses on East St. Annapolis, MD.
State house & houses on East St. Annapolis, MD.St. Anne's Episcopal Church at end of Main St. Annapolis, MD.Row of wooden colonial houses along Cornhill St. Annapolis, MD.Wooden colonial houses on East St. Annapolis, MD.
Shiplap House Museum. Annapolis, MD.Shiplap House Museum. Annapolis, MD.Stores along Maryland Ave. at Prince George St. Annapolis, MD.Chase-Lloyd House. Annapolis, MD.
Shiplap House Museum (c1715) (18 Pinkney St.). Annapolis, MD.Shiplap House Museum (c1715) (18 Pinkney St.). Annapolis, MD.Stores along Maryland Ave. at Prince George St. Annapolis, MD.Chase-Lloyd House (1769) (22 Maryland Ave.). Annapolis, MD.
Georgian doorway of Chase-Lloyd House. Annapolis, MD.Bryce House. Annapolis, MD.Maryland Society of Architects building. Annapolis, MD.John Shaw House. Annapolis, MD.
Georgian doorway of Chase-Lloyd House. Annapolis, MD.Bryce House (1766-73) (42 East St.). Annapolis, MD.Maryland Society of Architects building (1740) (1 State Circle). Annapolis, MD. Style: Georgian.John Shaw House (Maryland Historical Trust building) (1720-5) (21 State Circle). Annapolis, MD.
Maryland Inn where many of America's first Congressmen stayed in 1786. Annapolis, MD.Maryland Inn tavern where early U.S. leaders discussed the Treaty of Paris which ended the Revolutionary War. Annapolis, MD.Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County. Annapolis, MD.U.S. Post Office in federal-style. Annapolis, MD.
Maryland Inn (1776) where many of America's first Congressmen stayed in 1786. Annapolis, MD.Maryland Inn tavern where early U.S. leaders discussed the Treaty of Paris which ended the Revolutionary War. Annapolis, MD.Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County (1821 then 1892-5). Annapolis, MD. Architect: Jackson C. Gott.U.S. Post Office in federal-style. Annapolis, MD.
St. Anne's Episcopal Church steeple / clock tower. Annapolis, MD.Government House home of Maryland's Governor. Annapolis, MD.Annapolis town harbor. Annapolis, MD.Naval Academy Chapel. Annapolis, MD.
St. Anne's Episcopal Church steeple / clock tower (1859). Annapolis, MD. Style: Romanesque Revival.Government House (1870) home of Maryland's Governor. Annapolis, MD.Annapolis town harbor. Annapolis, MD.Naval Academy Chapel (1904-8). Annapolis, MD.

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