Photography Monday: Doors of Frederick
Located less than an hour from Washington, D.C., Frederick, Maryland is a charming historic town. Founded in 1745 by German settlers, Frederick is a city rich in heritage, opportunity, and innovation. Located between the Civil War battlegrounds of Monocacy, Antietam, and Gettysburg, Frederick was ransomed from burning during the war and became a hospital town for wounded soldiers.
We discovered these doors within the award-winning 40-block historic district that includes parks, neighborhoods and industry. With a population of 65,000 residents, Frederick is the second largest city in Maryland. On your next trip to Washington, D.C., must sure you take a side trip to Frederick. For more information, please visit this site.
Next week, back to D.C. for a potpourri of photos.