Cleveland Park is a neighborhood located in the NW quadrant of Washington, D.C.
It is bounded by Rock Creek Park to the east,Wisconsin Avenue to the west, and the National Zoo to the south. The neighborhood is known for its tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and diverse community.
Cleveland Park is home to many popular restaurants, shops, and cultural institutions. Some of the notable landmarks in the area including the Uptown Theater, the Cleveland Park Library, and the Art Deco-style Park andShop building. The National Cathedral and the Smithsonian National Zoo are also located nearby.
The neighborhood is served by the Cleveland Park metro station on the Red Line of the Washington Metro. Several bus lines also run through the area, providing easy access to other parts of the city.
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