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            Baltimore, an independent city in Maryland, was rightly praised as "The Monumental City" by a former President of USA, referring to the rich history of the area having a zip code 21043. Historically, a confluence of cultures, Baltimore is also dubbed the "city of neighborhoods".

            The city is a home to architectural genius as it houses buildings built by many a renowned architect yore and exhibits styles of the era over the past 200 years. This makes it the city with most number of public monuments per capita in the country.

            Being located on a fall line divides Baltimore into "upper city" and "lower city". Situated along the Chesapeake Bay and on the Patapsco River, the city is a breath-taking sight to behold with 12% of it occupied by water.

            Populated by "treasures of art and architecture", the city has much to offer from its ever-growing theater culture to the amazing museums. It's great nautical heritage and incredible sports facilities welcome everybody to its Inner Harbor. With Mount Vernon, a historic district serving as its cultural capital and the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum celebrating sports history, Baltimore has a culture that is soaked in diversity and embraces this with both arms.

            Originally an industrial port, Baltimore is one of the biggest ports in the country today and is run from the World Trade Center. It has a stable service industry, which helped its economy recoup after deindustrialization. The city also houses a culturally iconic sugar refinery from the old era too. Culinary, retail marketing, asset and finance management and footwear are the industries with global players in the city of Baltimore as well. A major economic growth contributor in the 21st century is the tourism department of the city.

            Education in Baltimore is booming with more than a quarter of the employment arising from scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical fields. The Johns Hopkins Hospital is among the largest medical complexes in the United States, which also functions as the biomedical research facility and is also used for teaching purposes. Both, private and public educational sectors, are strong here and provide many options in the fields of S.T.E.M. and arts alike.

            You can easily find yourself a new home for sale in the zip code 21043 with one of the largest databases of housing facilities available in the country, namely NewHomeSource. The prices of the homes available in the 21043 area ranges from $179,900 to $1,282,050.