Moving to Washington D.C.
Are you moving to Washington D.C.? The capital city of the United States borders the states of Virginia and Maryland, and is situated on the northern shore of the Potomac River. Potomac is an Algonquian word which translates to ‘trading place.’ The city and the District of Columbia coexist and are one and the same, with the capital often referred to as D.C. or the district. A compact city, it contains the historic federal city, the Capitol, the Supreme Court, and the White House. It was the world’s first planned capitol. Views will never be impeded by skyscrapers as the city is protected by a law limiting the heights of buildings to no more than 160 feet. The Washington Monument is an exception.
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• The best areas to live
• The good schools
• The average monthly rental prices
• The excellent public transport system in the city
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