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Naptown Pint: Revive! food and beer fest is a Maryland summer highlight

In 1928, the Franciscan Friars purchased the sprawling property that would later become the home of the Shrine of St. Anthony on the outskirts of Ellicott City for $436,000. Today, it is known for its Italian Renaissance architecture, rolling hills and more than 200 acres of greenery and woodlands….
Source: Sun

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