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There is more than one place called Columbia:

Canada

  • British Columbia, a Canadian province

United States of America

  • Columbia (California) - a city in the state of California
  • Columbia (Connecticut) - a town in Connecticut
  • Columbia (Kentucky) - a city in the commonwealth of Kentucky
  • Columbia (Maryland) - a city in the state of Maryland
  • Columbia (Missouri) - a city in the state of Missouri
  • Columbia (Tennessee)
  • Columbia County (New York) - a county in the state of New York
  • Columbia (South Carolina) - a city in the state of South Carolina
  • Columbia County (Florida) - a county in North Central Florida.
  • Columbia County (Oregon) - a county in Oregon
  • Columbia County (Pennsylvania) - a county in Pennsylvania
  • Columbia County (Washington) - a county in the Palouse region of Washington state
  • District of Columbia, a US territory

Beware also the possible misspelling of Colombia, the name of a country in South America.

City Maps Columbia Maryland, USA

James McFee

City Maps Columbia Maryland, USA is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Attractions, pubs, bars, restaurants, museums, convenience stores, clothing stores, shopping centers, marketplaces, police, emergency facilities are only some of the places you will find in this map. This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this map be part of yet another fun Columbia adventure :)

Fodor's Road Guide USA: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, 1st Edition

Fodor's

In Fodor's Road Guide USA you'll find everything you need for a great road trip -- whether you're going across the country or to a family reunion in the next state over. In this guide to Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, you'll find thousands of listings of things to see and do as well as hotels and restaurants in all price ranges in major cities, suburbs, small towns, and the countryside. Other essential trip planning resources include lively state and town introductions, climate charts, historical timelines, festival and events, rules of the road, sidebars filled with great tips, driving and walking tours, exact prices, web sites, and full-color highway maps.Plus--don't miss the Compass American Guides The perfect companion to Fodor's Road Guide USA is our Compass American Guide series-fully illustrated cultural guides to destinations across the USA. To find out more about the guides listed below, type the title in the keyword box.* Fodor's Compass American Guides: Pennsylvania: A full-color guide, providing in-depth coverage of the history, culture, and character of Pennsylvania. * Fodor's Compass American Guides: Virginia: A full-color guide, providing in-depth coverage of the history, culture, and character of Virginia.

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Washington, D.C.: Including Suburban and Outlying Areas of Maryland and Virginia

Renee Sklarew

From Downtown through the suburbs to the mountains in the west and the marshlands in the east, the Washington metro area has something to offer anyone looking for a good hike.Part of the most comprehensive hiking series in print, the full color 3rd edition of 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Washington, D.C. is a complete revision by local travel writers Rachel Cooper and Renee Sklarew. The new issue features a wider collection of trails specifically designed for day trips. With options that range from easy to challenging, families and serious hikers will find both inspiration and detailed information to guide their exploration of the many trails within roughly an hour’s drive of the metro area. Get the most up-to-date hiking information in the new edition including:23 new hikes including metro and wheelchair accessible trailsRevised routes with many loop trails Updated maps and new photos now in full colorDetailed directions and information about hours, facilities and restrictionsDescriptions of flora, fauna and wildlife hikers are likely to see Options for additional activities and points of interest nearbyReaders looking for new places to explore will discover a bounty of sites, some well-known and beloved, while others remain hidden gems ripe for exploration.

Spring in Washington (Maryland Paperback Bookshelf)

Louis Halle

Since first published in 1947, Spring in Washington has become a beloved classic of nature writing. It is now brought back into print, complete with the original drawings by Francis L. Jaques.

"As I reflect on the multitude of books published and read over the past thirty years, I can think of none to which I have returned more often and with more constant satisfaction than Louis Halle's Halle's Spring in Washington, a mixture of ornithology, international affairs, and reflections on the human scene, " wrote John W Nason in the American Scholar in 1961. "Written by a State Department official during World War II, it is an escape to the real world of nature and man. 'To snatch the passing moment and examine it for eternity is the noblest of occupations, ' writes Halle. He does so with quiet wisdom and originality. To read him is inevitably to share his passion."

In the form of a journal, the book takes the reader along on excursions through Washington and its environs -- the Tidal Basin, Rock Creek Park, and beyond -- to experience the rebirth of the season. To the movement of winds and skies, the migrations of birds, the budding of plants and trees, Mr. Halle brings a quick and observant eye. But more important, he brings an imagination that can evoke in the reader a new perception of the drama in the universe around him.

Top 10 Washington, DC: 2018 (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide)

DK Travel

This newly updated pocket travel guide for Washington, DC, will lead you straight to the best attractions the city has to offer, from touring the US Capitol Building and scaling the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to touching the moon rock on display at the National Air and Space Museum and visiting the giant pandas at the National Zoo.

True to its name, DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Washington, DC, covers all the city's major sights and attractions in easy-to-use "top 10" lists that help you plan the vacation that's right for you.

   • Itineraries help you plan your trip.    • Top 10 lists feature off-the-beaten-track ideas, along with standbys like the top attractions, shopping, dining options, and more.    • Comprehensive laminated pull-out map includes color-coded design, public transportation maps, and street indexes.    • Maps of walking routes show you the best ways to maximize your time.    • Additional maps marked with sights from the guidebook are shown on inside cover flaps, with selected street index and metro map.

DK's famous full-color photography and museum floor plans, along with just the right amount of coverage of the city's history and culture, provide inspiration as you explore. A free pull-out city map is marked with sights from the guidebook and includes a street index and a metro map.

The perfect pocket-size travel companion: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Washington, DC.

Series Overview: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Top 10s are handy travel guides that take the work out of planning a trip. Packed with amazing ideas, informative maps, insider tips, and useful advice, DK's Top 10 guides lead you to the very best your destination has to offer. The pocket size make these the perfect guide to take on vacation. Discover the history, art, architecture, and culture of your destination through Top 10 lists, from the best museums, bars, and sights to the places to avoid.

Rockhounding Delaware, Maryland, and the Washington, DC Metro Area: A Guide to the Areas' Best Rockhounding Sites (Rockhounding Series)

Robert Beard

With this informative guide, you can explore the mineral-rich areas' of Delaware, Maryland, and Washington D.C., from the beaches to the mountains. It describes the areas' best rockhounding sites and covers popular and commercial sites as well as numerous little-known areas. This handy guide also describes how to collect specimens, includes maps and directions to each site, and lists rockhound clubs. Rockhounding Delaware, Maryland, and Washington D.C. offers a complete introduction to this many-faceted hobby and is an invaluable sourcebook.

Columbia (MD) (Images of America)

Barbara Kellner

Columbia is a planned community that has influenced suburban development since its creation in the mid-1960s. This city of 100,000 grew out of rural farmland, patterned by the best thinkers of its time, including visionary developer James Rouse and a team of consultants such as sociologist Herbert Gans and transportation planner Alan Voorhees. World-famous architect Frank Gehry designed key buildings. Oakland Manor, featuring a barn that is a historical landmark, is one example of the structures preserved to give roots to the new town. Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Michael Chabon grew up in Columbia and has said it altered the course of his life, making him into the writer he is today.

Paddling Maryland and Washington, DC: A Guide to the Area's Greatest Paddling Adventures (Paddling Series)

Jeff Lowman

The rivers of Maryland and Washington, D.C. hold a wealth of splendor from Annapolis to Worcester County. Paddling Maryland and Washington, D.C. features fifty river trips for avid paddlers, floaters, and anglers searching for the perfect paddle, whether it is a half-day or a full-day trip. History buffs will appreciate the sidebars detailing local information. Look inside to find:Full-color photosGPS coordinatesDetailed river descriptionsMaps showing access points and river milesLevel of difficulty, optimal flows, rapids, and other hazardsHistorical informationFor more than twenty-five years, FalconGuides® have set the standard for outdoor guidebooks. Written by top experts, each guide invites you to experience the adventure and beauty of the outdoors.

Frommer's America on Wheels Mid-Atlantic 1997: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia

William Goodwin

Combines maps of driving tours with hotel and restaurant recommendations

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