Sunday Snapshot: Dupont Circle, Washington, DC

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The fountain at Dupont Circle is one of the most photographed spots outside of the traditional tourist sites in Washington, DC.

Beyond that fountain, though, lies a neighborhood full of beautiful gardens, unique architectural gems, and local institutions. Above is a snapshot of what just one part of the neighborhood has to offer.

From top left to bottom right: sculptures on New Hampshire Avenue NW; a rose on 21st St. NW; ivy-covered steps on 21st St. NW; the patio outside Zorba’s Café on Connecticut Avenue; cactus on 21st St. NW; and books on display at Second Story Books on P St NW.

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