Southern Maryland

Southern consists of Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's counties. Southern Maryland's economy used to be fueled by tobacco and watermen. Both activities have declined steeply.

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is a town 60 miles SSE of Washington, D.C. at the mouth of the Patuxent River in .


is in . Despite the name, and the slogan: "Once the Metropolis of Maryland," St.

For the island chain in the , see .

is a city in . It is the county seat of Charles County.

is a city in . You'll only get to by car, and MD-4 is the main road going north-south between Washington, D.C. and .

is in . Along with North Beach, it forms the closest seaside community to Washington, D.C.

is a small town at the end of the Cobb Neck in .

is a city in . is on Route 5.

is a city in . is served by the roads US 301 MD 228, MD 5, and MD 925.

Southern Maryland

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