All the chats in Maryland

  1. Chats in Allegany County
  2. Chats in Anne Arundel County
  3. Chats in Baltimore County
  4. Chats in Calvert County
  5. Chats in Caroline County
  6. Chats in Carroll County
  7. Chats in Cecil County
  8. Chats in Charles County
  9. Chats in City of Baltimore
  10. Chats in Dorchester County
  11. Chats in Frederick County
  12. Chats in Harford County
  13. Chats in Howard County
  14. Chats in Kent County
  15. Chats in Montgomery County
  16. Chats in Prince George's County
  17. Chats in Queen Anne's County
  18. Chats in Saint Mary's County
  19. Chats in Somerset County
  20. Chats in Talbot County
  21. Chats in Washington County
  22. Chats in Wicomico County
  23. Chats in Worcester County

Maryland is one of fifty states that, together with Washington D. C., form the United States of America. Its capital is Annapolis and its most populous city, Baltimore. It is in the Northeast region of the country, Middle Atlantic division. It limits to the north with Pensilvania, to the east with Delaware and to the south with the Potomac River that separates it of Virginia, Washington D. C. And West Virginia. With 32 133 km² it is the ninth least extensive state - ahead of Hawaii, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware and Rhode Island, the least extensive. With 180 inhab / km² it is the fifth most densely populated - behind New Jersey, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts.

He was admitted to the Union on April 28,1788, as state number seven. He received his name in tribute to Queen Henriette Maria of France, wife of King Charles I of England. It was one of the Thirteen Colonies that rebelled against British rule in the region. The nickname of the state is Old Line State, in tribute to its "troops of line", that were several times praised by George Washington for its excellent performance in the War of Independence of the United States. The current US anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, was written by Francis Scott Key, an amateur lawyer and poet who was inspired to see US troops successfully defending an attack by British naval troops against Baltimore, at the Anglo-American War of 1812.