Highlandtown

Highlandtown

Established in 1866, the first settlers of the community were primarily Greek Americans. In 1870 residents renamed the neighborhood "Highland Town" because of the views it offered over the city. The neighborhood was made part of Baltimore city in 1919.

  1. "White Marble Steps" - Highlandtown
  2. "The New Patterson Theater" - Highlandtown

    "The New Patterson Theater" - Highlandtown

    The newly renovated Patterson Theatre, home of the Baltimore Creative Alliiance Arts Center. Locals know this place as the "Patterson Movies".

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  3. "Patterson Pagoda" - Patterson Park

    "Patterson Pagoda" - Patterson Park

    The Pagoda, originally known as the Observation Tower, was built in 1891 by the Baltimore Parks Commission. It is an octagonal, sixty foot high, four-story observation tower. While known as the Pagoda because of its oriental architectural appearance, the design was intended to reflect the bold Victorian style of the day. From the hill one can view downtown, the suburbs, and the Baltimore harbor. State and local funds and a grant from the Maryland Historic Trust (a total of $430,000 from all sources), financed it's renovation which returned the pagoda to it's original splendor.

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  4. "Mock Rock" - Formstone

    "Mock Rock" - Formstone

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  5. "Matthew's Pizza" - Highlandtown

    "Matthew's Pizza" - Highlandtown

    Matthew's Pizza, best pizza pie in town. The "Great White" is awesome! Since the 1940's.

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  6. "Highland and Natty" - Canton

    "Highland and Natty" - Canton

    Looking east up O'Donnell Street at the corner of Highland Ave. This view of Mr Boh at Brewer's Hill is a classic Baltimore Seen.

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  7. "Charming and Bright" - Patterson Park

    "Charming and Bright" - Patterson Park

    This seen at the Patterson Park Pagoda has been repeated over the last 100 years whenever it snows...You gotta be fast and not wait because Baltimore snow doesn't stick for long. Know as "Cannonball Hill" to the locals.

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  8. "Art New Boh" - Natty Boh

    "Art New Boh" - Natty Boh

    "Art New Boh" - The resurgence of the hometown brew, National Bohemian Beer, has swept Baltimore. This scene is the new 25 foot tall "Mr. Boh" neon on top of the redeveloped National Brewery off O'Donnell and Conklin Street in Highlandtown or the newly named "Brewer's Hill".

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