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  1. Washington, D.C. está situado no leste do país na margem norte do Rio Potomac. Segundo o censo nacional de 2020 , [ 3 ] a sua população tem quase 690 mil habitantes, enquanto que sua região metropolitana possui cerca de 6,4 milhões de habitantes (quase 10 milhões juntamente com a região metropolitana de Baltimore , localizado a 100 km de Washington). É a 20ª cidade mais populosa do ...

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    Washington International School, Washington, D.C. Washington School (disambiguation) People. Washington (name), a given name or surname shared by several people; Washington (musician), the stage name of Australian musician Megan Washington; Washington (footballer, born 1953), full name Washington Luiz de Paula, Brazilian football forward

  3. Color-enhanced USGS satellite image of Washington, D.C., taken April 26, 2002. The "crosshairs" in the image mark the quadrant divisions of Washington, with the U.S. Capitol at the center of the dividing lines. To the west of the Capitol extends the National Mall, visible as a slight green band in the image.

  4. K Street is a major thoroughfare in the United States capital of Washington, D.C., known as a center for numerous lobbyists and advocacy groups.In political discourse, "K Street" has become a metonym for Washington's lobbying industry since many lobbying firms were traditionally located on the section in Northwest Washington which passes from Georgetown through a portion of Downtown D.C. Since ...

  5. Washington, D.C. has a number of different modes of transportation available for use. Commuters have a major influence on travel patterns, with only 28% of people employed in Washington, D.C. commuting from within the city, whereas 33.5% commute from the nearby Maryland suburbs, 22.7% from Northern Virginia, and the rest from Washington, D.C.'s outlying suburbs.

  6. This list of museums in Washington, D.C. encompasses museums defined for this context as institutions (including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing.

  7. Booker T. Washington Public Charter School for the Technical Arts; Notable residents and former residents. Nick Altrock (1876–1965) - professional baseball player and coach; Sekou Biddle - D.C. politician; Djakarta - artist, comedian and actress; Duke Ellington - jazz musician and composer, lived in Columbia Heights from 1919 to 1922.