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Washington D.C. is one of the top 4 US cities in starting salaries.

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Washington D.C. is the one of the most educated cities – 55% of DC residents hold a Bachelor’s Degree or higher (compared to 30% of U.S. population).

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There’s a fishy D.C. landmark: The Maine Avenue Fish Market is the oldest continuously functioning fish market in the country — operating nonstop since 1805.

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The Washington Monument (555 feet) was once (1884) the tallest structure in the world – until it was topped by the Eiffel Tower in 1889.

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If you're looking for a bathroom, the White House has 35 bathrooms.

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A national record for Washington – wine consumption! We drink more wine per person than the people in any of the 50 states.

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D.C. baseball is green. Nationals Park was the first “green-certified” baseball stadium in the country.

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Washington’s gift to football. The football huddle was invented here by the team of Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf and hard of hearing, to avoid having the other team see their hand signals.

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D.C. is jam-packed with museums and many are free – 13 free museums on the National Mall alone!

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Washington residents were not allowed to vote for president until 1964.

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The Capital Beltway encircles the city, but don’t believe the old joke – If you miss your exit on the beltway, just keep going. You'll come to it again.

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There is a typo on the Lincoln Memorial. It's almost covered up, but see if you can spot it on his inaugural address.

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There are 2,233 restaurants located in Washington, DC.

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The National Capital is an international city! We have 175 embassies and international cultural centers, and 15% of DC residents speak a language other than English.

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“Taxation Without Representation” Washington residents still have no voting representatives in Congress.

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Washington’s Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is the 2nd most popular museum in the world. The Louvre in Paris is #1.