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Annapolis, Maryland’s state capital is situated in Anne Arundel County. East of Washington D.C. and South of Baltimore, it boasts over 500 miles of coastal shoreline with the largest portion being the Chesapeake Bay. Home to over 550,000 residents, there is something for everybody in Anne Arundel County.
More than 800,000 Baltimore County residents live in an urban, suburban, and rural setting offering easy access to Baltimore City. Baltimore County almost entirely surrounds the city so visiting Baltimore is easy. Baltimore County stretches to the Pennsylvania border. Within the county you will discover numerous universities, over 20,000 businesses, and parks and natural areas.
There are over 600,000 residents living in Baltimore City. With a mixture of old and new homes, there is something for everyone. Tourism, universities, and two professional sport team’s keeps the city busy.
Over 300,000 people reside in Howard County which is centrally located between Baltimore and Washington DC. Two of the larger cities are, Columbia known as the nation’s first planned community developed in 1967 or the historic Ellicott City founded in 1772. Howard County offers residents a choice between rural and city settings.
Prince George’s is the second most populated county in the state with over 900,000 residents. There are rural settings and cities to live and work in. The county borders Washington DC, the Potomac River to the west and the Pauxent River to the east.