The Battle Monument

<b>Clue 4</b><br>
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The Battle Monument, Calvert and Fayette streets, 1815-1825.<br>
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In Monument Square across from Gina's Cafe, the Battle Monument honors "those who fell in the British attack on Baltimore in 1814." Lady Baltimore holds a laurel wreath of victory. Book-ended by the Clarence Mitchell courthouses, the monument is the 19th stop on Baltimore's Heritage Walk.<br>
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<b>Bonus fact:</b> It was the first U.S. memorial to honor the "common soldier."

( Photo by Carl Carusi Studios / April 30, 2006 )

Clue 4

The Battle Monument, Calvert and Fayette streets, 1815-1825.

In Monument Square across from Gina's Cafe, the Battle Monument honors "those who fell in the British attack on Baltimore in 1814." Lady Baltimore holds a laurel wreath of victory. Book-ended by the Clarence Mitchell courthouses, the monument is the 19th stop on Baltimore's Heritage Walk.

Bonus fact: It was the first U.S. memorial to honor the "common soldier."

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