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Slideshow: Take a peek inside the Bromo Seltzer Tower

It's one of Baltimore's most iconic buildings. Modeled after the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy, the Bromo Seltzer Tower was the city's tallest building when it was contructed in 1911. It still stands out, thanks to its unique Italianate design and towering presence as drivers enter downtown.

BmoreMedia Managing Photographer Steve Ruark recently got some photos inside the tower during an open house. Held every Saturday, the open houses showcase artists' studios and their collections. You can also go straight inside the clock tower — just like in the movie "Hugo." 

Located at 21 S. Eutaw St., the tower houses visual and literary artists. The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts oversees it.
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