Fun Maryland Facts


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1. In 19th-century Maryland, it was illegal to sell mineral water on a Sunday.
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2. Jousting is the official state sport of Maryland.

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3. Michael Phelps has a street named after him in his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland.

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