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All sorts of notables from American history found their final resting place here, from composer John Sousa to FBI founder J.
All sorts of notables from American history found their final resting place here, from composer John Sousa to FBI founder J. Edgar Hoover.
1801 E St SE, Washington, DC 20003, USA
This is a great museum, and you'll likely have the place to yourself
The heart of historic Uniontown is bounded by MLK Jr Ave, Good Hope Dr, 14th St, and W St SE
The Honfleur Gallery has one foot in the world of international contemporary art, and one foot in Anacostia
Frederick Douglass' house in D
Capitol Hill is a historic neighborhood in Washington DC that gets its name from the iconic congressional building that overlooks it
The Smithsonian's least visited museum, far from the Mall, is a small but superbly exhibited tribute to Anacostia and D
Originally founded by the third President of the USA Thomas Jefferson, the Library of Congress has the largest collection of books in the world
The awe-inspiring Neoclassical Supreme Court Building is the seat of the hallowed institution of the Supreme Court of the United States and the nerve center of the Judicial Branch of government
This attractively painted Romanesque church has been the center of the southwest's African American community from its construction in 1886 until the urban renewal project
The Blair House was built in 1824 for Surgeon General Dr