Map Washington DC Baltimore MD US for Printing

Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland are two distinct cities, each with its own unique neighborhoods, districts, and communities.

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Let’s explore both cities individually:

Washington, D.C.:


  1. Downtown/Penn Quarter: This area is the heart of the city, home to many historic landmarks, government buildings, and cultural institutions. The National Mall, Smithsonian museums, and the U.S. Capitol are located here.
  2. Georgetown: Known for its historic charm, Georgetown features cobblestone streets, upscale shops, and waterfront dining. It’s also home to Georgetown University.
  3. Dupont Circle: A vibrant neighborhood with a mix of residential, commercial, and cultural spaces. It’s known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, embassies, and trendy restaurants.
  4. Adams Morgan: A diverse and lively neighborhood with a mix of cultures, offering a variety of dining options, nightlife, and eclectic shops.
  5. U Street Corridor/Shaw: Historically significant for African American culture, this area has experienced revitalization with trendy bars, restaurants, and a vibrant arts scene.
  6. Capitol Hill: Surrounding the U.S. Capitol, this district is home to many government offices, the Supreme Court, and historic rowhouses. The Eastern Market is a popular spot for fresh produce and local goods.


  • Foggy Bottom: Home to George Washington University and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
  • Columbia Heights: A diverse neighborhood with a mix of residential and commercial areas.
  • Anacostia: Located in Southeast D.C., known for its rich African American history and cultural institutions.

Main Streets:

  • Wisconsin Avenue (Georgetown): Lined with high-end shops, restaurants, and historic architecture.
  • U Street NW: Famous for its jazz history, now home to nightlife, live music venues, and unique boutiques.
  • Pennsylvania Avenue: Connecting the Capitol and the White House, it’s a historic avenue with government buildings and landmarks.

Baltimore, Maryland:


  1. Inner Harbor: A major tourist destination with waterfront attractions, museums, and entertainment options, including the National Aquarium.
  2. Fells Point: Known for its cobblestone streets, historic pubs, and maritime history. It has a lively nightlife scene.
  3. Mount Vernon: A cultural district with historic architecture, museums, and the Washington Monument.
  4. Federal Hill: Offers stunning views of the city, parks, and a popular nightlife scene.
  5. Canton: A waterfront neighborhood with a mix of residential and commercial areas, featuring shops, restaurants, and parks.


  • Charles Village: Home to Johns Hopkins University, it has a mix of students and residents, with local shops and cafes.
  • Hampden: Known for its quirky shops, diverse dining options, and the annual “Hon Fest.”

Main Streets:

  • Inner Harbor: Features the popular Harborplace shopping and dining area, as well as waterfront promenades.
  • Fells Point Main Street: Cobblestone streets lined with historic buildings housing shops, restaurants, and bars.
  • Charles Street: Runs through several neighborhoods, offering a mix of shops, galleries, and cultural institutions.

Both cities have rich histories, diverse neighborhoods, and unique cultural offerings that make them vibrant and attractive places to live or visit. The descriptions provided here are not exhaustive, and each neighborhood has its own nuances and charm.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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