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The Cairo in Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C.’s residential neighborhoods are typified by low rowhouse skylines and walkable tree-lined sidewalks. A widespread myth among tourists and even longtime residents is that the lack of skyscrapers is the result of a deliberate effort to preserve views of the Washington Monument along the National Mall. The truth is that it was never that carefully though out.
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