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Alexandria Aqueduct

It was 1830, and Alexandria, Virginia, was jealous. The new Chesapeake & Ohio Canal was two years into its construction. When completed, it...

Trail: Capital Crescent Trail
State: DC
Architecture Commerce, Economy & Work Railroads Science, Technology, Engineering, and Medicine
Chinatown Friendship Archway

Although the Chinatown Friendship Archway was built in 1986, a Chinese community has lived and owned businesses in this area of Northwest...

Trail: Great American Rail-Trail
State: DC
Architecture Asian American/Pacific Islander History Migration & Immigration
Culture House DC

This community cultural center used to be Friendship Baptist Church, an African American congregation formed in 1875. The congregation...

Trail: Great American Rail-Trail
State: DC
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5 Fun Geocaching Trails

Perhaps nothing is more reminiscent of childhood treasure hunts than geocaching on a multi-use trail or rail-trail. This recreational activity is...

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Five Rail-Trails for Marveling at National Monuments

There are countless special places in America, but only about 100 have been distinguished enough to be called national monuments. Granted protection...

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How to Prepare for a Long-Distance Bike Ride

So, you’ve always wanted to ride the entire 239-mile length of one of the country’s longest rail-trails, the Katy Trail State Park in Missouri, and...

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