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How well do you know Baltimore? It's all in the details |...

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Horses are part of art and architecture all around Baltimore. Can you guess where based on a small detail?
(Kim Hairston)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's part of a mural painted by Gaia in 2012 showing four generations of Arabbers. The wall is on N. Fremont in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood.
It's part of a mural painted by Gaia in 2012 showing four generations of Arabbers. The wall is on N. Fremont in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's a hitching post in Dickeyville.
It's a hitching post in Dickeyville. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's outside the Stalking Horse in Federal Hill.
It's outside the Stalking Horse in Federal Hill. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's part of "The Horse You Came In On Saloon" sign in Fells Point.
It's part of "The Horse You Came In On Saloon" sign in Fells Point. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's part of the John Eager Howard statue in Mount Vernon Place. Dedicated in 1904, it sits on land Howard once owned, as does much of Baltimore City.
It's part of the John Eager Howard statue in Mount Vernon Place. Dedicated in 1904, it sits on land Howard once owned, as does much of Baltimore City. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's a hitching post in Dickeyville.
It's a hitching post in Dickeyville. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
Sculpted by Andrew O’Connor, it's part of the Lafayette Monument in Mount Vernon Place.
Sculpted by Andrew O’Connor, it's part of the Lafayette Monument in Mount Vernon Place. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's one of two sea horses on the west side of the War Memorial. The sculpture, created by Edmond R. Amateis of New York, features a horse, eagle and the Seal of Baltimore that represent the "Might of America crossing the seas to aid our allies."
It's one of two sea horses on the west side of the War Memorial. The sculpture, created by Edmond R. Amateis of New York, features a horse, eagle and the Seal of Baltimore that represent the "Might of America crossing the seas to aid our allies." (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's one of a trio of horses rising over the tops of vehicles in a parking lot in Highlandtown. The mural was painted by Pablo Machioli.
It's one of a trio of horses rising over the tops of vehicles in a parking lot in Highlandtown. The mural was painted by Pablo Machioli. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city.
Do you recognize this image in Baltimore? It's a small detail from a landmark in the city. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Did you guess right?
It's part of the 30-foot long, 10-foot tall stone bas relief commemorating “The Great Race” in 1877. Sculpted by Bernard Zuckerman from a Currier & Ives print, it hangs over the clubhouse entrance at Pimlico Race Course.
It's part of the 30-foot long, 10-foot tall stone bas relief commemorating “The Great Race” in 1877. Sculpted by Bernard Zuckerman from a Currier & Ives print, it hangs over the clubhouse entrance at Pimlico Race Course. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
How Well Do You Know Baltimore?
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What should we detail next?

You can help determine where we train our lens next. It can be a specific thing (the cupola of the Rawlings Conservatory) or a category of things (parks landmarks) — as long as it’s a Baltmore thing.
Suggest a subject
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