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The fertility clinics in Maryland offer services such as ovulation induction, tubal or uterine microsurgery, In Vitro Fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, intrauterine insemination, artificial insemination, embryo freezing, advanced operative laparoscopy, egg donation, sperm donation, blastocyst transfer, assisted hatching, gestational surrogacy, gestational surrogacy and other kinds of treatment, therapy, and diagnosis.
Maryland is situated in the Mid-Atlantic region, in the east of the USA. It borders Virginia, West Virginia, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. The capital city is Annapolis, the largest one is Baltimore. Other big cities are Columbia, German-town, and Silver Spring. Maine is one of the smallest states of the USA.
The area of Maryland was originally inhabited by Native American tribes - the Algonquin, the Iroquois, and Sioux.
The territory was first explored by the Europeans in the 16th century.
Maryland was one of the original Thirteen Colonies of Great Britain. It was founded by George Calvert, a Catholic determined to provide a religious home for Catholics persecuted in England. The idea of Maryland was creating a tolerant space where people of different religious sects would coexist. The number of Catholics in Maryland was an exception among the European settlements, as the Pilgrims and Puritans rejected Catholicism in theirs.
In 1790, Maryland ceded land for the establishment of the US capital of Washington, D.C. Maryland became a state of the USA on April 28, 1788.
Maryland’s geography, culture, and history share Mid-Atlantic, Northeastern, and South Atlantic influence.
The landscape is very diverse, ranging from sandy dunes to low marshlands full of wildlife and rolling hills of oak trees, or pine groves in the Maryland mountains.
Nature enthusiasts will be amazed by the abundant flora, such as the giant Wye Oak, crape myrtle, Italian cypress, or southern magnolia. Fauna includes white-tailed deers, black bears, bobcats, foxes, coyotes, raccoons, and otters.
A population of feral horses can be found on the Assateague Island. Dog lovers will be excited that the Chesapeake Bay Retriever was bred in this area. Popular places to visit are the National Aquarium, Inner harbor, Panda Powerwash, or Fort McHenry national Monument.
Maryland was named after the English Queen Mary, the wife of King Charles I. The state is nicknamed Old Line State, the Free State, and the Chesapeake Bay State. Although being among the smallest states, it is one of the most densely populated.