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Charles Village Photo Tour


Situated north of downtown Baltimore, Charles Village is a neighborhood easily recognizable by its colorfully painted rowhomes. Once a "streetcar suburb," or neighborhood whose development was strongly shaped by the use of streetcar lines as a primary means of transportation, today the neighborhood is known as the home to The Baltimore Museum of Art and Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. Of course, the area is also home to more than 14,000 residents and upwards of 700 businesses, many of them locally owned.
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Many Victorian rowhouses in Charles Village have been painted in vivid colors.Painted LadiesToday The Baltimore Museum of Art has more than 90,000 works. The Baltimore Museum of ArtLocated in front of The Baltimore Museum of Art, Wyman Park is a 16-acre park in Charles Village.Wyman ParkThe Baltimore Museum of Art features a lovely sculpture garden.BMA Sculpture Garden
Donna's is another popular staple in Charles Village. Donna's Charles VillageCharles Village is home to Johns Hopkins Unviersity Homewood Campus.Johns Hopkins Unviersity Homewood CampusEddie's Market is the neighborhood grocery store in Charles Village.Eddie's MarketCarma's Cafe is always bustling when the weather is nice.Carma's Cafe
The Lacrosse Museum and Lacrosse Hall of Fame pay tribute to America's oldest sport.Lacrosse Museum & Lacrosse Hall of FameOne World Cafe, a vegetarian restaurant and bar, is a popular gathering place in Charles VillageOne World Cafe in Charles Village
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