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Welcome to Maryland

The State of Maryland is situated in the Mid Atlantic area of the United Sates of America. Maryland has acquired two nicknames which are the "Free State" and the "Old Line State". The state is a rich life sciences hub and is home to more than 350 biotechnology firms which make this the third largest such cluster in the United States.

Maryland got its nickname "America in Miniature" because of the vast variety in its topography. The Free State has low marshlands which is crowded with water snakes and large bald cypress close to the bay, to sandy dunes which are dotted with sea grass located in the east. The Piedmont region is accompanied by gently rolling hills filled with oak forest and mountain pine groves can be seen towards the west.

Much of Maryland's population can be found in suburbs and cities surrounding Washington DC and also Baltimore, which is Maryland's most populated city. Alternative locations where population is at its peek are suburban hubs such as Hagerstown in Washington County, Silver Spring, Rockville and Gaithersburg in Montgomery County and Frederick in Frederick County. The more rural areas in Maryland are located in the southern, western and eastern portions of the state.

Since Maryland is located in the East coast, its plant life deemed to be quite healthy and abundant. A vigorous level of precipitation helps when it comes to supporting plant life such as sea grass and a number of reeds. Examples of larger trees that are also abundant are Wye Oak which is a splendid example of the White Oak which is the state tree. Maryland also has a number of pines and maples that are a part of its prevalent tree life. The state also plants foreign species of trees and plants as well. Some are used as novelty species while others are used as ornamentals. Some of them are: Italian Cypress, Crape Myrtle and live oak which can be found in the warmer locations in the state. The "Black Eyed Susan" is Maryland's state flower which grows in great numbers in wild flower groups. These often attract the state insect, the Baltimore Checkerspot Butterfly.

Maryland is also known to be one of the most environmentally friendly states in the nation.

There are five ancestries that are known to be the largest reported in Maryland: Irish, German, Italian, English and Unspecified American. Baltimore City, the Southern Eastern shore and Prince George's County are the main location where African Americans are located. Northern and Western Maryland are said to have a large number of German-American individuals. Poles and Italians can largely be found in Baltimore City. Wheaton, Gaithersburg and Langley Park are locations that many Hispanics call their home.

State of Maryland

Quick Facts

11.6% of population is persons 65 years old and over.
6.6% of population is persons under 5 years old.
24.2% of population is persons under 18 years old.

Total area is 12,407 sq mi.
Largest County by area is Frederick (663 square miles).
Maryland borders with Pennsylvania, Virginia, Delaware and West Virginia.

State of Maryland Official Website
Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles Telephone: 410-768-7000
Maryland Department of Education Telephone: 410-767-0100

Ten largest cities by population: Baltimore, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Bowie, Hagerstown, Annapolis, Salisbury, College Park, Greenbelt.

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