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Welcome to Washington, District of Columbia. Often called the District or D.C., this is the capital of the United States and home to around 659,893 residents.
The city was founded in 1791 as the new national capital, and named after President George Washington. The City of Washington is the nation's bureaucratic center with three branches of federal government and thousands lobbyists, lawyers and journalists all fighting for their share of political power. Most of the people who live in Washington aren't locals; instead they are here for short-term government jobs or studies, which creates a dynamic come and go atmosphere. This is a true melting pot, with hundreds of foreign embassies and lots of immigrants. One could say that the international, burgeoning town mixes the hustle and bustle of northern cities with a little Southern small-town appeal. Festivals and cultural events happen throughout the year, and ethnic enclaves abound. If you're looking for international food options, this is definitely the city for you. Ethiopian, Mexican, Asian whatever your hearts desire, it can be found the many neighborhoods of Washington. Sophisticated folks may rejoice in the fact that Washington, D.C is a national center for the arts. Visit the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where the Washington National Opera, the Washington Ballet and the National Symphony Orchestra are housed. Each year, the so-called Kennedy Center Honors are awarded to great contributors to the cultural life in America. For political and historical sightseeing, stop by the Ford's Theatre, where President Abraham Lincoln was killed. Today, the theatre operates both as a performance venue and a museum. Washington also has a strong local theater tradition, with organizations like Shakespeare Theatre Company, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and the Studio Theatre. There are many things to be said about Washington D.C, but one thing is certain the capital is a strong and vivacious representation of all the things that are great about the United States of America.
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