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July 21, 2012


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I believe that's the Washington Monument in Baltimore. (Not to be confused with its more famous DC counterpart, though both were designed by Robert Mills.)

Herman Melville once wrote of it "[Washington] stands high aloft on his towering main-mast in Baltimore, and like one of Hercules' pillars, his column marks that point of human grandeur beyond which few mortals will go."

Alfred Brophy

You got it, Owen. It's the Washington Monument in Baltimore.

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