Many large-landed properties of our nation’s capital became museums or embassies. A few have survived as private residences– here’s the best of them.
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Inspired by its favorite renaissance man, Virginia has become the nation’s fifth largest wine-producing state with over 190 wineries and vineyards
Grand mansions built for Gilded Age plutocrats are the nucleus of the capital’s embassy district.
A monument to a forgotten war’s soldiers awaits restoration on the National Mall.
Spectral tales to ponder on a chilly October night.
Washington’s famed Willard Hotel has been a political gathering place for nearly 200 years.
A trio of grandes dames ran Washington society for decades and left the city with three irreplaceable gifts.
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