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In contrast to his macabre works of fiction, Edgar Allan Poe's former residence near downtown Baltimore looks surprisingly cozy, with its red brick exterior and steeply pitched roof. Poe lived in the archetypal row house with his aunt and cousins following his departure from West Point. Although he left the dwelling in 1835, many of his possessions, from chairs to lap desks, are preserved within the house museum.
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