The Inner Harbor Plaza is a tourist friendly area in downtown Baltimore that has been described as a model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment. This 1985 photograph gives an impression of the amount of draw the museums, shopping and restaurants of the Inner Harbor generate. Peaking into the right of the frame is the USS Constellation.
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Cities and Towns -- Maryland -- Baltimore; Shopping Centers -- Shopping Malls;
United States of America
301 Light St.
Smolski, Chet, "Baltimore: Inner Harbor Plaza" (1985). Browse All. 417.
tourism; Baltimore, Maryland; Inner Harbor; waterfront; downtown; harbor; plazas;