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AARP's must-see sights in the Nation's Capital
It’s the Nation’s Capital, built on democratic ideals by the founders, with majestic monuments and world-class museums. D.C. is also a city of 700,000 residents with a village feel; it's a green city with riverside paths and sylvan parks; a growing foodie city that lured in the coveted Michelin Guide; and ultimately a people’s city. Read more ...
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