The first U.S. railroad line opened and ran in 1830 in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Hippodrome Theatre is a former vaudeville theater in Baltimore, Maryland. Built in 1914 for impresarios Pierce and Scheck, the 2300-seat theater was the foremost vaudeville house in Baltimore, as well as a movie theater.
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It was built in 1927.
The University of Maryland was built in 1856. As of 2013, the enrollment for the college was 37,272.
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Maryland was founded in colonial times as a dumping ground or refuge, depending on the writer's sympathies, for Roman Catholics. New England Puritans exiled Catholics to Maryland. The first Catholic cathedral in the US was built in Baltimore. The first Catholic university, Georgetown, was built in Maryland (on land now in Washington DC).Today, religions of Maryland match the rest of the US. Protestant denominations, when added together, have the largest number of members. Roman Catholicism is still the largest single denomination with 24%.
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