In the Press
October 9, 2012

Appreciating the DC area’s landscapes

When you think about Washington’s most memorable physical attributes, you probably visualize iconic structures: the U.S. Capitol and the White House; the Washington Monument; and the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials.

The neoclassical ensemble of Federal Triangle architecture, numerous museums and the city’s uniquely horizontal, low-rise skyline may come to mind. Or you may picture Victorian rowhouse facades lining streets in Capitol Hill, Georgetown or Adams-Morgan.

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