Which Washington D.C. Neighborhood Should You Live In?

With free access to hundreds of historical collections, public art installations, monuments and greenspaces along the Potomac and Anacostia rivers, Washington D.C. truly sets forth what Dickins called “magnificent intentions” for its people.

Politics aside, take this quiz to discover which Washington D.C. neighborhood you should call home.

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