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Moravia, Baltimore

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Moravia, Baltimore

Frankford is a neighborhood located in northeastern Baltimore, Maryland, USA, also including the Moravia area. Major streets in the area include Frankford Avenue and Sinclair Lane. It is part of the Cedonia, Baltimore Region

In 1996, residents of the community opposed a housing project being built in the neighborhood.[1]


Coordinates: 39°19′42″N 76°32′45″W / 39.32833°N 76.54583°W / 39.32833; -76.54583

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