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Bey's Refrigerating & Heating

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4131 Hayward Ave
Baltimore, MD 21215
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Premier Businesses in Baltimore, MD

Clifton HVAC Systems Inc.

Clifton HVAC Systems Inc.

  • • Air Conditioning System Services
  • • Humidifier Services
  • • HVAC # 3524
(410) 242-5233
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Arundel Cooling & Heating Co., Inc.

Arundel Cooling & Heating Co., Inc.

  • • Maryland's premier HVAC, heating & air conditioning specialist since 1971.
  • • Electrical, Thermostats, Generators & Air Purification
  • • Residential & Commercial
(410) 775-8440
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Badger Contracting

Badger Contracting

  • • Construction & Remodeling Services
  • • Planning & Designing
  • • 100% Financing Available
(410) 252-1633
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Things To Do in Baltimore, MD

Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

Hit a home run when you visit the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum. Born in 1895 at a Baltimore row house just a long fly ball from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Babe Ruth is one of the most legendary figures in baseball history. Learn about his early past, his passion for baseball, and his legacy when you tour the exhibits and attractions in his childhood home.

(410) 727-1539
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Greek Folk Festival

Greek Folk Festival

Hosted by the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church of Baltimore, the Greek Folk Festival is the largest Hellenic festival in the Mid-Atlantic area. For more than 30 years, the Greek Folk Festival has showcased a multitude of Greek culture and talent. Enjoy authentic Greek cuisine, listen and watch performances by Greek performers, create arts and crafts, and sneak in some shopping on the side.

(410) 633-5020
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National Capital Trolley Museum

National Capital Trolley Museum

Founded in 1959 after the District of Columbia made plans to abandon the streetcar services, the National Capital Trolley Museum opened a decade later to the public. The museum´s permanent exhibitions collect and preserve artifacts from the era of electrical street railways. Learn more about the history of this transportation and take your own streetcar ride when you visit.

(301) 384-6088
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