Category:Baltimore–Washington Metropolitan Area

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ワシントン・ボルチモア・北バージニア広域都市圏 (ja); Aire métropolitaine de Baltimore-Washington (fr); Балтымарска-Вашынгтонская мэтрапольная тэрыторыя (be-tarask); Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area (pl); Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area (uk); بالٹیمور–واشنگٹن میٹروپولیٹن علاقہ (ur); Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area (en-gb); Vùng thống kê kết hợp Washington–Baltimore–Arlington (vi); Washington–Baltimore–Arlington combined statistical area (en); Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area (en-ca); 巴尔的摩-华盛顿都市区 (zh); Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area (sv) statistical area consisting of the cities of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland (en) Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area, Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area, Washington combined statistical area (en); Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area (fr); Vùng đô thị Baltimore–Hoa Thịnh Đốn, Vùng đô thị Baltimore–Oasinhtơn, Vùng đô thị Baltimore–Washington, Vùng thống kê kết hợp Washington, Vùng thống kê kết hợp Hoa Thịnh Đốn, Vùng thống kê kết hợp Oasinhtơn (vi)
Washington–Baltimore–Arlington combined statistical area 
statistical area consisting of the cities of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland
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Instance ofCombined Statistical Area
Named after
Location Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
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  • Washington metropolitan area
  • Baltimore metropolitan area
  • Hagerstown–Martinsburg metropolitan statistical area
  • Chambersburg–Waynesboro metropolitan statistical area
  • Winchester metropolitan statistical area
  • California–Lexington Park metropolitan statistical area
  • Easton micropolitan statistical area
39° 00′ 00″ N, 77° 18′ 00″ W
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English: The Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area is a combined statistical area consisting of the overlapping labor market region of the cities of Baltimore and Washington The region includes Central Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Jefferson County in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. It is the most educated, highest-income, and fourth largest Combined Statistical Area in the United States.


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