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New phone app lets visitors track Harford sites used in 'House of Cards'

New phone app lets visitors track Harford sites used in 'House of Cards'
"House of Cards" shooting locations in Harford County. (VisitHarford / Provided photo)

Fans of "House of Cards" can now track local sites frequented by the stars and film crew during the show on a new app just created by Harford County's tourism agency, Visit Harford!

The smartphone app, available on iTunes, lists more than 25 Harford locales like Havre de Grace's Angel Hill Cemetery, Edgewood Apartments, Bel Air's Liriodendron Mansion and Aberdeen's Festival Park with notes about how they were used in episodes throughout the show's four seasons, according to a news release from Visit Harford!

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The free app offers Harford visitors "another fun and totally unique activity," executive director Greg Pizzuto said in the release.

"Even for those who don't follow the show, it is still a neat experience to be able to walk into a real-life 'set' and, in some locations, actually stand in the same place as big-name actors like Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright," Pizzuto said.

"House of Cards," the Netflix political drama set in Washington, D.C., has been filmed in Harford County since its premiere in 2013.

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