Home of Georgetown, The Presidential Memorials, The Tidal Basin, The C&O Canal,
The Kennedy Center, The Smithsonian, The White House
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Last Updated: 1-4-10
Monuments & Memorials:
Jefferson Memorial & Tidal Basin
& Reflecting Pool
Memorial Bridge (from DC/Tidal Basin; feeds into Arlington Cemetery on the other side)
Korean War Memorial
Korean Memorial #2
Korean Memorial #3
Along the banks of the Tidal Basin, around the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, across the Potomac from the George Washington Parkway and Roosevelt Island, near the Kennedy Center, all down the river banks clear to Potomac Park and into Southeast, is one of the fleeting but more magnificent attractions of this part of DC --
The Francis Scott Key Bridge between Rosslyn & Georgetown
Georgetown Waterfront (Canal Street)
Landmarks - Georgetown University, Wisconsin & M Sts., & "The Stairs" from "The Exorcist" movies.
From "Kittytours.com": Georgetown, founded in 1751, actually predates Washington and the District of Columbia. It wasn't incorporated into the city of Washington until 1871; until then, it was known as "Georgetown, D.C."
Georgetown overview. The upper right-hand corner is where "The Steps" are. Below mid-left is the C&O Canal.
The Steps looking down
The Steps looking up (older pic)
The Stairs: 97 stone steps at Prospect and 36th Streets NW that lead down to M St.
(photo (C) Washington Post)
A typical Georgetown Row House
M Street NW, Georgetown
Wisconsin Avenue NW, Georgetown
MAP OF SOUTHWEST
An Occult Bookstore, Curio Shoppe and Coffee House
#TheFinalWord on IRC
3251 Prospect St, NW
500 17th St. NW
Renwick Gallery Musuem
The C&O (Chesapeake & Ohio) Canal
The Kennedy Center