The National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland. Photographed from a restaurant across the Inner Harbor, this 1985 view of the National Aquarium is before the historic ships, including the USS Torsk were moored as permanent installations. The building was designed in the late 1970’s by Peter Chermayeff Boston’s Cambridge Seven Associates.
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Cities and Towns -- Maryland -- Baltimore; Public Institutions -- Museums; Architecture, American;
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Smolski, Chet, "Baltimore: National Aquarium, Inner Harbor" (1985). Browse All. 414.
architecture, American; Baltimore, Maryland; Peter Chermayeff; Cambridge Seven Associates; National Aquarium; Inner Harbor; harbor;