Founded in 1729, Baltimore is home to an extraordinary number of older homes, stores, and landmarks. With 65,000 buildings (nearly a third of the city's buildings) designated as historic in the National Register, Baltimore has more buildings in the National Register than any other city in the U.S.
Patterson Park Pagoda:
Originally known as The Observatory, the Pagoda in Paterson Park was designed in 1890 and completed in 1892. Sixty foot high, the four story tower has three observation decks with a spiral staircase leading to each. The view from the top deck is still one of the best in Baltimore.
(10 ½ inches x 6 ½ wide x 1 ¼ deep) ($550)
B’nai Israel synagogue
Baltimore. Built 1876.
Currently functioning Modern Orthodox synagogue & part of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.
(11½ in. high x 11½ x wide 1½ deep)
10 ¼ in. high x 8 in. wide by 1¾ in. deep
Baltimore Fire Museum
Baltimore. Built 1853-4.
(15 in. high x 4 ½ in. wide x 2 in. deep)
Bolton Hill Mansion
10 ½ in. high x 10 in. wide x 2 ¼ deep
Lloyd Street Synagogue
Baltimore. Built 1845.
Currently part of the
Jewish Museum of Maryland..
10 ½ in. high x 16 ½ in. wide x 3 in. deep
Baltimore Row House
10 in. high x 5 in. wide x 1 in. deep