Nestled on Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is Maryland’s capital. In colonial times it was a harbor and has enjoyed the reputation of serving as an early national capital for the United States. The old thin streets of Annapolis exhibits historic structures and rejuvenated buildings such as the Hammond-Harwood House, a building that features architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries.
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The Maryland State House, which was completed in 1779, is positioned in the midst of Annapolis. It is the oldest state house that is still in use. You can view the great late 18th century brick homes line the streets of Annapolis. The tepid redbrick Palladian villa that comprises two symmetrical wings connected by a central hall is most noteworthy for its spectacularly carved decorative woodwork.
Notwithstanding its architectural concord, the house has had an ill-fated past, the architect himself becoming so obsessed with its construction that his fiancée left him, breaking his heart and causing his untimely and premature death; the original owner also died in strange conditions before the house was completed.
Annapolis has a coziness of seaside village with picturesque sights of the neighboring Chesapeake Bay. The waterfront views earned Annapolis the reputation of one the "50 Best Retirement Destinations" in America. Annapolis is the prominent tourist attraction in the Baltimore area.