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Nestled in the countryside of Maryland, in the Catoctin Mountain Park, is the presidential  country retreat known as Camp David. The first parts of the complex were built by the Works Progress Administration in 1935, and Franklin D. Roosevelt made it the presidential retreat. FDR originally named the property "Shangri-La," a name it kept until the Eisenhower administration, who named it Camp David after his grandson.
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