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Tomas Masaryk stands tall – like 12 feet tall. It’s a good lifelike figure despite Czechoslovakia’s first president really only half that size. The bronze statue at the corners of Massachusetts Ave., Florida Ave. and Q St. N.W. remembers Masaryk, … Continue reading
Washingtonians have a close relationship with the late U.S. president Woodrow Wilson. Maybe it’s because Wilson continued to live in Washington afterwards (you can still tour his home) and is the only president to be buried in the District at … Continue reading