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What does the corporate giant Mariott have in common with punk rock? Both trace their roots in Washington to the Columbia Heights neighborhood. A new walking tour celebrates this unique neighborhood, where the District’s power brokers once built sprawling mansions.
- Jane Freundel Levey Director of Heritage Programs, Cultural Tourism DC
For information on each stop on the trail, scroll down to our interactive map
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