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Washington DC Demographics

The population of Washington DC is estimated at 591,833
There are 265,557 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $54,317
People who live in Washington DC use the area code 202 (Find any phone number in Washington DC here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Washington DC

Every United States President since John Adams, and a plethora of other American political figures, Goldie Hawn, Katherine Heigl, William Hurt, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Stein, Duke Ellington, Henry Rollins, Roy Clark, Marvin Gaye, Orlando Brown, Pete Sampras, Frederick Douglass, Thurgood Marshall, and J. Edgar Hoover

Washington DC History - Important Notes

Washington DC is the capital of the United States, but it is not a state. The area is a federal district that is a separate and distinct part of the country.

People can still visit Ford's Theatre, the famous location where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.

Residents of the District of Columbia were not allowed to vote in Presidential elections until 1961.

The official motto of Washington DC is "Justia Omnibus", which translates to Justice for All.

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Things to do in Washington DC

See a local sports team, such as the Washington Redskins (Football), Washington Wizards (Basketball), Washington Capitals (Hockey) or DC United (Soccer)
Enjoy an experience at a Smithsonian Museum
Visit one of the many memorial sites, including the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, and World War II Memorial
Take a Tour of Washington DC
Visit the United States National Arboretum
Spend a day at the National Gallery of Art
See the Supreme Court of the United States

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Washington DC

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Business:

Ronald Reagan National Airport
DC Visitor Information Center
White House
Lincoln Memorial
US Capitol
Kennedy Center Atrium
The National Mall
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Union Station
Washington Redskins

Address:

1 Aviation Cir, Washington, DC 20001
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20006
900 Ohio Dr SW, Washington, DC 20024
Capitol Hl, Washington, DC 20002
2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20037
900 Ohio Dr SW, Washington, DC 20024
900 Ohio Dr SW, Washington, DC 20024
40 Massachusetts Ave Ne, Washington, DC 20002
7101 Democracy Blvd, #1174, Bethesda, MD 20817

Phone Number:

703-417-8000
202-328-4748
202-456-7041
202-426-6841
202-225-6827
202-467-4600
202-619-7222
202-426-6841
202-289-1908
301-365-6662

About Washington DC

The District of Columbia is a body of land near the Potomac River that was chosen to be the capital of the United States. Both Maryland and Virginia gave up some of their territory for the new capital, although 32 square miles were officially returned to Virginia in 1846. In 1790 Pierre L'Enfant mapped out a city for the District, and it was promptly named after President George Washington.

Sadly, George Washington passed away one year before the government transferred from Philadelphia to Washington DC. Congress adjourned from their final meeting at the original state capital in May of 1800, and public offices were relocated to the District of Columbia. President John Adams was the first to move into the White House, although it was largely unfinished and littered with garbage upon his arrival.

In 1814 Britain and the United States were at war, and British troops invaded Washington DC. During their occupation the soldiers started fires that burned down much of the city. The White House and other notable locations were completely destroyed during the attack. Reconstruction efforts began immediately, and the new White House was finished by 1817, just in time for President James Monroe's inauguration. Most of the restoration process went quickly, but the capitol building was not finished until 1868.

Today Washington DC is one of the most commonly visited cities in the United States. It is the home of many historical sites, modern architecture and all three branches of the United States government.