BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s no secret that Baltimore has a deep history, and that can be seen in the city’s architecture. In the spirit of March Madness, the city is honoring its history with a bracket-style competition showcasing some of the city’s architectural landmarks.

Sixty-four buildings from across the city are featured in the “Arch Madness” bracket. The top 16 from each region — broken down by time periods — will face off, with the most popular building in each matchup moving on to the next round.

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Among the contenders are the First and Franklin Presbyterian Church, Mt. Royal Station, City Hall, Patterson Park Pagoda and Baltimore City College.

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Voting runs through Sunday. To choose your favorites, click here.

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CBS Baltimore Staff