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New plan for Baltimore’s Harborplace must be poked, prodded, debated

November 1, 2023

Mark Twain is said to have described the obelisk honoring George Washington in the nation’s capital as a “memorial chimney.” Some leading Parisian critics judged the Eiffel Tower as “useless and monstrous” in 1887. We’re going to guess that quite a few Baltimoreans were less than enchanted when the Bromo Seltzer Tower became the city’s tallest building in 1911 — especially when a 51-foot illuminated bottle of the headache and indigestion remedy was added to the top a quarter-century later.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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