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Watergate Office Building

The site of the famous break-in by 'the plumbers', Watergate has become inextricably linked to Deep Throat, The New York Times and Washington Post and, of course, President Nixon.

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Built in memoriam of America's 35th president, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is renowned not only for the theatre but also its spectacular architecture and location.
Martin's Tavern
Opened the day after Prohibition ended, Martin's Tavern in has been a storied establishment, including where JFK proposed to Jackie Bouvier in his favorite booth.
Old Ebbitt Grill
This DC establishment was the favorite after-hours drinking spot of Presidents Andrew Johnson, Warren Harding, and Teddy Roosevelt. The saloon was also home to Presidents McKinley, Cleveland, and Grant.
The Washington Post
From Watergate and Vietnam to today's fake news, The Washington Post has been in the headlines as often as it has published a breaking story.
Antibody Science
From eradicating smallpox and battling tetanus, the National Museum of American History documents the American role in antibody based therapies and diagnostics.
Women's Suffrage
Beyond gaining the right to vote, explore the advancements women have made in math, science, and art.

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