The Washington Monument and Museum at Mount Vernon Place, visible beyond busy Charles Street in Baltimore, Maryland. The monument is 178 feet tall and sits atop a hill in the heart of Baltimore. Architect Robert Mills designed the monument. Completed in 1829, it was the first civic monument to America’s first president, George Washington.
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Architecture -- Maryland -- Baltimore; Architecture -- Monuments; Architecture -- Public sculpture;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet and Mills, Robert, "Baltimore: Mount Vernon Place" (1989). Browse All. 425.
Baltimore, Maryland; Mount Vernon Place; Washington Monument, Baltimore;