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Things to do in Columbia, MD
If you're traveling to Columbia for the first time, you'll be delighted to learn that there are many fascinating things to do. Columbia, a planned community in Central Maryland, is home to more than 100,000 people. It was established in 1967. It is also the state's fourth-largest city. Columbia is home to a thriving IT industry and many entertainment options. Columbia boasts beautiful summers, close proximity to many schools and universities, as well as easy access to Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Columbia offers so many things to do and see, from exploring its beautiful parks and trails to learning more about Columbia's history. Columbia is a great place to live in Maryland. It's easy to see how: Columbia has something for everyone, from avid shoppers to outdoor enthusiasts.
Ellicott may refer to: == People == In England Charles Ellicott (1819–1905), Anglican churchman, Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol John Ellicott (clockmaker) (1706–1772), English clock and watchmaker Rosalind Ellicott (1857–1924), English composerIn the United States Andrew Ellicott (miller) (1733–1809) Andrew Ellicott (surveyor) (1754–1820), influential surveyor, son of the above Elizabeth King Ellicott (1858–1914), suffragist Henry Jackson Ellicott (1847–1901), sculptor, great-grandson of Andrew Ellicott (surveyor). John Ellicott (miller) (1739–1794), son of Andrew Ellicott. Joseph Ellicott (miller) (1732–1780), together with his brothers John and Andrew, founded Ellicott's Mills, Maryland in 1772 Joseph Ellicott (surveyor) (1760–1826), surveyor and land agent for the Holland Land Company, son of Joseph Ellicott (miller).