Frederick Douglass Residence

History is all about Washington DC since its creation.  We cannot walk many steps without encountering a plaque, statue, or monument honoring a great hero of the past. When people come to DC, they remember to visit the archives, art museums, and theaters, but often forgotten are the tributes to equally great, but sometimes lesser known heroes… …
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Living social in DC

Looking for some good deals, bargains in your area? We have a tip for you: Go to livingsocial.com! How does  it work? Simply type in your ZIP code or address, and you’ll  have an  interactive map which will  highlight the best deals near your location. LivingSocial offers one fantastic deal every day with discounts of …
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The Dumbarton Oaks House

The Dumbarton Oaks House is located in residential Georgetown at 1703 32nd Street Northwest. The  Federal-style house was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Woods Bliss in 1920. In 1929, the Music Room was added to the building and in 1940, the wing to house the Byzantine collection was added. The same year they gave the …
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One to Five Day Itinerary in Washington DC

Do you have only one day to spend in our Nation’s Capital? Are you overwhelmed and not sure where to start? No problem, follow this One Day Itinerary in Washington DC where we have pinpointed the ‘must see’ attractions in Washington DC in just one day. Begin Your Tour We recommend taking the “hop on/hop off” …
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The Embassy of Ireland

The Embassy of Ireland is located at 2234 Massachusetts Ave. N.W at Sheridan Circle, in the Embassy Row neighborhood. The original architect of the house at 2234 Massachusetts Avenue was William Penn Cresson. The Republican governor of Louisiana William P. Kellogg (1873-1877) was the first owner of the property which was purchased later by Ireland …
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The French Embassy

The French embassy is located at 4101 Reservoir Rd NW Washington, District of Columbia 20007. The embassy opened in 1984. With some 400 staffers, it is France’s largest foreign embassy. The embassy represents the interests of France and French citizens in the United States within the US. The French ambassador’s residence in Washington, D.C. is located at …
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John F. Kennedy’s Home tour

During his time as U.S. Senator, John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie, lived in several homes around the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. Before January 1961 when the Kennedy family moved into the White House, they lived at a total of seven residences around Georgetown! While all of these historic homes are private residences, …
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Which attractions require tickets in Washington DC?

  Many of Washington, DC’s major attractions such as the Smithsonian museums, the National Gallery of Art and the national monuments and memorials are open for the public and do not require tickets. Washington, DC’s most popular ticketed attractions, the Newseum, National Museum of Crime & Punishment, Madame Tussauds, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Washington Monument …
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