Havre de Grace /ˌhævər dᵻˈɡreɪs/, abbreviated HdG, is a city in Harford County, Maryland, situated at the mouth of the Susquehanna River and the head of Chesapeake Bay. It is named after the port city of Le Havre, France, which in full was once Le Havre de Grâce (French, "Harbor of Grace"). The population was 12,952 at the 2010 United States Census. The city was honored as one of America's 20 best small towns to visit in 2014 by Smithsonian magazine. Wikipedia
Havre de Grace, located in the state of Maryland in the United States, is named after the port city of Le Havre, France. Situated at the mouth of Susquehanna River, Havre de Grace is a popular tourist and recreational hub. Attractions in Havre de Grace include: Concord Point Lighthouse, the oldest operational lighthouse in Maryland; Concord Point Lighthouse, a perfect place to enjoy a leisurely afternoon along the waterfront; The Havre de Grace Fishing Pier, an ideal location for fishing along with some bird-watching and enjoying the sunrise; Rochambeau Plaza, situated in the heart of the city, this plaza offers many shopping options along with many food and dine dining options; Havre de Grace Promenade, walk down the perfectly manicured pathways and enjoy the breath-taking views of the Chesapeake Bay and enjoy an occasional sighting of the local wildlife such as Bald Eagles.