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Nestled in the big city of Mobile, the rather large Baltimore neighborhood is within the 36604 zip code. With an area of 0.855 square miles, it has a population of just under 4,000.

Virginia Street serves as Baltimore’s northern border, and Arlington Street is its southern border. It’s bordered to the west by Michigan Avenue and to the east by South Broad Street.

Taylor Park is near the middle of the community. It offers a playground, a field for softball and baseball, a football field, a basketball court, a swimming pool, a wading pool, a gym, a recreation center, and picnic facilities. Hartwell Field, which was historically used for minor league baseball, is in the northwest portion of the neighborhood.

Several churches are within the Baltimore community, giving residents many choices for their spiritual development and studies. Mount Zion Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, Saint Matthew’s Catholic Church, El-Bethel Primitive Baptist Church, Mobile Mennonite Church, Ann Street Baptist Church, and the United Methodist Mobile Metro are only some of the churches within the neighborhood.

Many restaurants are within Baltimore’s borders, allowing residents to walk to a nice eatery from anywhere in the community. Mom’s Seafood and Church’s Chicken are located along its western border. La Pizzeria, Cream & Sugar, and Cortlandt’s Restaurant are at its north.

The Little Magnolia Cemetery is right at the northwest corner of the community. Such famous people as Chappo Geronimo are buried there. The Mobile National Cemetery is adjacent to Baltimore at its northern border, and it was established in 1865. It is historically significant with a lodge, memorial buildings, and an octagonal-shaped rostrum. It has many military burials and memorials, including one for the 76th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment Monument, in honor of soldiers who died in the Battle of Port Blakely, Alabama in April of 1865.


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