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About City

Annapolis, known since its earliest days as the "Athens of America," is the state capital of Maryland. The city was the capital of the United States of America when the Treaty of Paris was signed here. Nowadays, Annapolis is a very popular port. It's also called the "America's Sailing Capital”. Annapolis offers a wide variety of activities. You can visit the Renaissance Festival or the New Years Eve Celebration with lots of musical, theater, and dance performances. Annapolis is also home to incredible boat shows. Those who are interested in new and used sailing yachts, should visit the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show. It's a must attend spring event for sailors. Annapolis is still renown worldwide for its cuisine. In Annapolis it's possible to find something for every palette, from exquisite, world-class restaurants to sidewalk cafes. Annapolis is home to the third oldest college in the United States, St. John's College. The institution was founded in 1696. Fans of orchestral music will be able to visit the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. It promotes itself as the leading performing arts organization in Annapolis. Maryland’s capital city offers you a great opportunity to visit a lot of interesting places such as the Annapolis Maritime Museum, the Chesapeake Children's Museum, the Hammond-Harwood House (the grandest Colonial house in Annapolis), the Ballet Theatre of Annapolis, the Mitchell Gallery, the Annapolis Marine Art Gallery, the McBride Gallery (the largest art gallery in historic Annapolis). Whether you come for the art, the education, the history, or the water, you will always find something to enjoy in Annapolis.