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Discover DC's little-known stats, funny facts and family fun experiences. Presidential Pastimes. George Washington never lived in DC. The White House was completed a year after he died and the second U.S. President, John Adams, was the first to live there.. The statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square (directly across from the White House) was partially made from British cannons that were ...

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Fun Facts About Washington DC. Monuments, memorials and museums, oh my! Most folks know all about the people, places and things that make Washington DC famous. But there are some unique, quirky and interesting facts that many have never heard. Here they are for you to enjoy, feel free to quiz your friends. 1. Not every president has lived in ...

www.trolleytours.com/washington-dc/facts

Washington DC Facts. Everyone knows that Washington DC is our nation’s capital and that it’s where you can visit some of the world’s most famous monuments and memorials. But there are a few little known facts about DC that many people would be surprised by. Read on to learn more.

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Washington, D.C., observes all federal holidays and also celebrates Emancipation Day on April 16, which commemorates the end of slavery in the District. The flag of Washington, D.C., was adopted in 1938 and is a variation on George Washington's family coat of arms.

www.onlyinyourstate.com/dc/fun-facts-washington-dc

Anyone who lives here will tell you that Washington DC can be a strange place. But you might not have ever realized just how strange. Secret subways, monuments that move when its windy and empty crypts are just some of the crazy facts about Washington DC that are true! Here are 16 fun facts about ...

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Washington, D.C. is the capital city of the United States.It is not a state or in a state. The President of the United States and many major national government offices are in the city. Thus, it is the political center of the United States. Washington was named after the first U.S. President, George Washington.The "D.C." stands for "District of Columbia", a special area created...

www.history.com/topics/us-states/washington-dc

Washington, D.C., is the capital city of the United States, located between Virginia and Maryland on the north bank of the Potomac River. The city is home to all three branches of the federal ...

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George Washington never lived there. Andrea Izzotti/Shutterstock. Turns out there are many George Washington facts you never learned in school. John Adams was the first president to live in ...

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Cherry Blossom Festival The Cherry Blossom Festival is a celebration of amazing flowering trees in Washington, D.C. In this episode of Nature Boom Time, join Charlie and Patrick as they visit the country’s capital city to learn more about these spectacular trees.

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Washington, DC is not only the home to our federal government, but it is also a cosmopolitan city with a variety of opportunities that attract residents and visitors from around the world. Following are basic facts about Washington, DC including information about geography, demographics, local government and more.