Washington DC is the center of the United States government.
D.C. stands for District of Columbia and the creation of Washington DC comes right out of the US constitution.
Over 700,000 people call Washington D.C. home and reside in NW, NE, SW and, SE, the four quadrants of Washington D.C.
HISTORY AND GETTING AROUND D.C.
The city was designed by Pierre L’Enfant in 1791. It is a square divided into 4quadrants NE, NW, SE, and, SW.
All the roads include the quadrant to identify the location.
All the states are represented by street names, like New York, Connecticut, and, Wisconsin, and, run diagonally.
Streets running north to south are numbered streets. Streets west and east are lettered streets.
Both the numbered and lettered streets begin at the U.S. Capitol.
When following directions, pay close attention to the quadrant since lettered and numbered streets can be found in each area.
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