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• Explore Embassy Row, a legendary Washington, DC neighborhood with a name that is evocative of status and unsurpassed grandeur. Embassy Row consists of grand mansions, some dating as far back as the late 1800s, that house foreign embassies from more than 170 countries.

• Explore Dupont Circle, a vibrant Washington, DC neighborhood with a cosmopolitan vibe that is packed with trendy bistros, bars, restaurants, art galleries, museums, and eclectic bookstores, and be sure to enjoy people watching in the Circle.

• Explore the President Woodrow Wilson House nearby. This gorgeous historic building once served as the personal residence for the former U.S. president for many years after he left office. It is now a U.S. National Historic Landmark. Explore The Phillips Collection and its art exhibitions, which are showcased above fireplaces or near windows in a living room-style setting. Founded by Duncan Phillips in 1921 and originally housed in the Phillips family home, the museum has expanded to include more than 4,000 art pieces and photographs from world-renowned artists, including Degas, Picasso, O’Keeffe, Whistler, and Braque. Tour the Smithsonian Museums, which are among the most famous museums and galleries in the world. Comprised of nine research facilities and 19 museums, including the National Zoo, the Smithsonian Museums cover a wide range of subjects including cultural history, air and space, American art, and natural history. Explore the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, commonly known as the National Zoo, a 163-acre zoo that is open 364 days a year and is free to the public. From giant pandas to lions, and from lemurs to salamanders, the National Zoo is always an interesting place to visit. Tour the National Mall and Memorial Parks, which include memorials to presidents and other influential Americans, as well as wars fought in defense of the country’s ideals. Some of the presidential monuments include the Lincoln Memorial, the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial, and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, and the war memorials include the World War II Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the DC War Memorial. Explore the Library of Congress, which was founded in 1800 and encompasses three buildings: the original Thomas Jefferson Building, the John Adams Building, and the James Madison Memorial Building. The Library of Congress is the nation’s library and it contains the most comprehensive collection of books, maps, manuscripts, music, photos, films, video recordings, prints, and drawings in the world, making it a prime location for research.
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