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GEORGETOWN — From the House of Sweden to the Exorcist Stairs, take our eight point architectural walking tour of Georgetown.

HISTORY LESSON — Take a more in-depth look at Pierre Charles L'Enfant, the man primarily responsible for the layout of D.C..

MT VERNON SQUARE — Newer renderings of the additions to the Carnegie Library are here.

CURBED GALLERIESTake a look at these D.C. homes on the market that literally use fifty shades of gray (or something close to it) in their design.

WOODLEY PARKThe Woodley's penthouse will rent for a bonkers $12,000/month.

NATIONAL MALL — The Smithsonian may be looking for a new headquarters.

CONGRESS HEIGHTS — Here are the ten most expensive places for sale in Congress Heights, mapped.

UNION STATION — Here's a photo gallery looking at the state of restoration and construction in Union Station's Main Hall.

HELP WANTED — Could you be the next part-time editor at Curbed DC? We're hiring.