Vector Maps of the Maryland : constituent state of the United States of America. One of the original 13 states, it lies at the center of the Eastern Seaboard, amid the great commercial and population complex that stretches from Maine to Virginia. Its small size belies the great diversity of its landscapes and of the ways of life that they foster, from the low-lying and water-oriented Eastern Shore and Chesapeake Bay area, through the metropolitan hurly-burly of Baltimore, its largest city, to the forested Appalachian foothills and mountains of its western reaches.
• Total: 12,407 sq mi (32,133 km2)
• Land: 9,776 sq mi (25,314 km2)
• Water: 2,633 sq mi (6,819 km2) 21%
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List of Maryland counties
List of Cities and towns by counties
Allegheny County is a county in western Maryland. The county seat is Cumberland. Allegheny County borders Pennsylvania to the north, West Virginia to the south, Garrett County to the west, and Washington County to the east.
Ann Arundel is a county in central Maryland. The county seat is also the state capital, Annapolis. It borders Baltimore City and Baltimore County to the north, Howard County to the northwest, Prince Georges County to the west, Calvert County to the south, and Chesapeake Bay to the east.
Fort George G Meade
Baltimore County is a county in northern Maryland. From an administrative point of view, present-day Baltimore County is not related to the City of Baltimore. The county seat is Towson.
Baltimore is a major city in Maryland and has been an important seaport for many years. Fort McHenry is located at the mouth of Inner Harbor. It was here that the US national anthem “The Star Spangled Banner” was coined. Today, the harbor is home to shops, upmarket crab restaurants, and attractions such as the USS Constellation and the National Aquarium, which houses thousands of marine life.
Calvert County is a county in southern Maryland. The county seat is Prince Frederick. Calvert County is bordered by Ann Arundel County to the north, Prince George’s County to the northwest, the Patuxent River Estuary to the south, and the Chesapeake Bay to the east. In 2000, the county had a population of 74,563.
Caroline County is a predominantly rural county in eastern Maryland. The county seat is Denton Township. Caroline County borders Delaware to the east, Dorchester County to the south, Talbot County to the west, and Queen Anse County to the north.
Carroll County is a predominantly rural county in northern Maryland. The county seat is Westminster. Carroll County borders Pennsylvania to the north, Baltimore County to the east, Howard County to the south, and Frederick County to the west.
Cecil County is a county in northern Maryland; is part of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. The county seat is Elkton. Cecil County borders Pennsylvania to the north, Delaware to the east, Kent County to the south, Harford County to the west, and Chesapeake Bay to the southwest.
Charles County is a county in southern Maryland. The county seat is La Plaita. Charles County is bordered by Virginia to the south and west, Prince George’s County to the north, the Patuxent Estuary to the east, and St. Mary’s County to the southeast.
Dorchester County is a county on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The county seat is Cambridge. Dorchester County borders Delaware to the northeast, Wicomico County to the southeast, Caroline County to the north, and Chesapeake Bay to the west.
East New Market
Frederick County is a county in northern Maryland. The administrative center of the district in the city of the same name. Frederick County borders Pennsylvania to the north, Virginia to the south, Washington County to the west, Carroll County to the east, and Howard and Montgomery counties to the southeast.
Point of Rocks
Garrett County is the westernmost county in Maryland. The county seat is the city of Auckland. Garrett County borders Pennsylvania to the north, West Virginia to the west and south, and Allegheny County to the northeast.
Harford County is a county in northern Maryland. The county seat is Bel-Air. Harford County borders Pennsylvania to the north, Cecil County to the east, Baltimore County to the west, and Chesapeake Bay to the south.
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Havre De Grace
Howard County is a county in central Maryland, between Washington and Baltimore. Part of the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area. 1st among Maryland counties and 3rd nationally by median household income. The county seat is Ellicott.
Kent County is a county on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The county seat is Chestertown. Kent County is bordered by Delaware to the east, Queen’s Anse County to the south, Cecil County to the north, and the Chesapeake Bay to the west.
Montgomery County is a county in central Maryland, immediately north of Washington. Part of the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area. One of the wealthiest counties in the country. The county seat is Rockville. The largest settlement is Silver Spring.
Prince George’s County is a county in central Maryland, immediately east of Washington. Part of the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area. Wealthiest among American counties with an African American majority. Colloquially, the county’s name is usually shortened to P.G.
Queen Anne’s County is a county on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Connected to the mainland by a bridge across the Chesapeake Bay. The county seat is Centerville.
Somerset County is a county on the east coast of the Chesapeake Bay in the state of Maryland, the southernmost county in the state. The county seat is Princess Anne Township. St. Mary’s County borders Virginia to the south, Chesapeake Bay to the west, Wicomico County to the north, and Worcester County to the east.
Saint Mary’s County is a county in southern Maryland, United States. The colonization of Maryland began with the construction of a settlement in what is now Saint Mary’s County in 1634.
Saint Marys City
Talbot is a county in Maryland, United States. The administrative center is Easton.
Washington County is a county in western Maryland. The county seat is Hagerstown. Washington County is bordered by Pennsylvania to the north, West Virginia and Virginia to the south, Frederick County to the east, and Allegheny County to the west.
Wicomico County is a county on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. In some Russian-language sources, there is a transcription of Vikomiko, which does not correspond to the local pronunciation. The county seat is Salisbury, the main commercial center of the Delmarva Peninsula.
Worcester County is a county on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The extreme eastern district of the state and the only one with an Atlantic coast. The county seat is Snow Hill. On the shores of the Atlantic is a large resort town of Ocean City.
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