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The newest addition to the neighborhood is a massive complex of restaurants, wildly expensive condos, office space, and some really nice waterfront views.
The newest addition to the neighborhood is a massive complex of restaurants, wildly expensive condos, office space, and some really nice waterfront views. While the restaurants are a little overpriced, it's a nice place to come stroll by the water, and there are boat tours and an ice skating rink.
3050 K St NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Fort Stanton was the first of dozens in the 'Fort Circle' designed to protect the capital from Confederate attacks during the Civil War
Why visit a mental hospital? Because the historic grounds and buildings are beautiful (if a little run-down and creepy)
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A 1796 mansion commissioned by speculators betting on a neighborhood development that never occurred
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