Federal Hill (or "Fed Hill" as Baltimorean's actually say) is a neighborhood located in Southeast Baltimore.

It is situated on a hill overlooking the Inner Harbor and is bordered by the neighborhoods of Riverside, South Baltimore, and Otterbein.

Fed Hill is known for its historic architecture, vibrant nightlife, and scenic views of the harbor and city skyline. The neighborhood is a popular destination for tourists and locals, offering a mix of historic buildings and updated conveniences.

The history of Federal Hill dates back to the late 17th century, when it was used as a military lookout during the Revolutionary War. The hill was named after the ratification of the Federal Constitution in 1788 and was later developed as a residential neighborhood in the 19th century. Today, Fed Hill is home to a mix of residential, commercial, and cultural spaces, including a variety of restaurants, bars, shops, and cultural institutions.

One of the main attractions of Fed Hill is its scenic views of the Inner Harbor and the city skyline, which can be seen from several parks and public spaces in the neighborhood. The neighborhood is also home to a number of historic homes, churches, and buildings, many of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, Federal Hill is known for its nightlife scene, with a number of bars and nightclubs drawing crowds of college students on weekends.

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