Pennsylvania Avenue leads to the White House, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. The road referred to as “America’s Main Street” is often host to parades and protest marches. Pennsylvania Avenue was one of the first roads created by Pierre L’Enfant, the man responsible for the planning of Washington D.C.
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Architecture -- Washington D.C.; Cities and towns -- Washington D.C.; City planning;
United States of America
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Smolski, Chet, "Pennsylvania Avenue - Washington D.C." (1979). Browse All. 377.
planned cities; Washington D.C.; Pennsylvania Avenue; capitol;