Anne Arundel County MD
Over 500,000 residents call Anne Arundel County home because of its life on the Chesapeake Bay, a rich heritage, and its convenient proximity to Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Most of the county's borders are defined by water. To the east lies Chesapeake Bay, and several tidal tributaries of the bay indent the shoreline, forming numerous peninsulas. It is home Annapolis, the state capital of Maryland.
The county boasts diverse communities, numerous attractions, educational and employment opportunities and several amenities.
Anne Arundel County was named for Anne Arundell, the daughter of the ancient family of Arundells in Cornwall, England. During the English Civil War in 1655, the Battle of Seven was fought and the Puritan forces prevailed, giving the English the power of authority. Anne Arundel County was originally part of St. Mary's County in the Province of Maryland. In 1650, the year after Anne Arundell's death, the county separated and became the 3rd of 23 Maryland counties.
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