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Washington Neighborhoods

1. Adams Morgan: An arty, bohemian neighborhood where young artists are commissioned to paint murals on otherwise ordinary brick fac...  
2. Georgetown: The area of Washington D.C. that predated the capital, originally a Native American settlement and now a historic a...  
3. Embassy Row: The area of D.C. with the primary concentration of international embassies, along northwest Massachusetts Avenue.  
4. 16th Street Historic District: A major historical street through D.C. that runs to the White House, part of the city's original architectural plan...  
5. Foggy Bottom: Washington D.C.'s west end district, named after an odiferous gasworks situated there at one time; now home to Geor...  
6. West End: Nickname for the area between Lafayette Square and Georgetown, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city.  
7. Connecticut Avenue Corridor: The section of Connecticut Avenue west of Rock Creek Park; the area of the Zoo and National Cathedral.  
8. Little Rome: The nickname for the Brookland neighborhood due to its Catholic heritage.  
9. Chevy Chase: An affluent neighborhood near Rock Creek Park, in northwestern Washington D.C., bordering the similarly named Chevy...  
10. Woodley Park Historic District: An early 20th century neighborhood containing two distinctive luxury hotels of the era; the Shoreham and the Wardma...  
11. Van Ness: A neighborhood in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor Section, just north of Cleveland Park.  
12. Friendship Heights: A residential neighborhood in northwestern Washington D.C.  
 
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