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Dupont Circle neighborhood row houses
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Wandering In DC’s Dupont Circle Neighborhood

DC’s Dupont Circle neighborhood is eclectic. Its architecture spans the robber baron Gilded Age to trendy 21st condo renovations. It’s a little like visiting your eccentric Great Aunt Matilda. Some things seem a tad outdated and moldy. But it’s…

Rooftop Garden to visit at Smithsonian
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Pink Blooming Saucer Magnolia Trees in DC

Each spring before the cherry blossoms peak, Washingtonians race to see the giant cup-shaped pink blooming saucer magnolia trees at the Smithsonian. There are two rows of pink blooming saucer magnolia trees (also known as tulip magnolia trees) that…

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Be An Explorer In DC Neighborbood Georgetown

The slogan for DC neighborhood Georgetown is “A Story in Every Brick.” You better believe it! It is not certain who was “George” in George Town. Naturally it is presumed to be George Washington but Georgetown’s founding preceded George’s…

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Snow in DC: Top Adventures

Washingtonians dream of snow in DC. Our city turns into a snow globe, its monuments and memorials hidden under a quilt of snowflakes. Hello Winter Wonderland. Newscasters’ warnings of a Winter Storm means everyone races to Trader Joe’s or…

The new Native American veterans memorial museum site was dedicated in November 2020 in Washington DC.
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Native American Veterans Memorial Museum

A veterans memorial museum site honoring the military service of Native Americans opened on Veteran’s Day (November 11, 2020). Located on the National Mall in Washington D.C., the Native American Veterans Memorial (NAVM) is a spiritual haven. It honors…