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07-11-2013, 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by ilovetheflyers8 View Post
Yeah it is weird and kind of unfortunate. At the complex called 2000 Penn there is the facade of an old building converted into offices inside of the newer building. I have never gone inside but I assume it has been changed, I would like to see what the Riggs bank on Wisconsin and M used to look like. There are some cool blogs and facebook pages showing what parts of the city used to look like. If you are interested I recommend http://www.theruinedcapitol.com/ , Old Time DC (on facebook), Washingtoniana (on facebook from the DC Public Library) on facebook , and this guy's photo set https://www.flickr.com/photos/kinora...7623412752062/ .

I actually don't go to Capitol Hill very often, but a decent while ago I walked from Nats Stadium to Chinatown Metro and I enjoyed all the old houses.
Thanks for the links!

2000 Penn is a mess. I interviewed with a firm in there once, did not like the building.

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