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Edgar Allan Poe's Former Residence

Edgar Allan Poe's Former Residence


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It is the place where Edgar Allan Poe, a famous American writer, poet, critic, and editor, once lived. Renowned for his mysterious and terrifying storytelling, he is considered the founder of modern detective fiction. Some of his famous works, such as "The Black Cat", "The Collapse of the House of Usher", as well as his poems "The Crow" and "Annabelle Lee", are still widely read and studied to this day. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, it is a national historical landmark and also a literary landmark of the United Library. Now open to the public as a museum, it provides an opportunity to learn about the life and creations of this great writer.