Washington D.C. is our nation’s capitol. It is where many of our important laws are made, and the place that runs our country. What happens in Washington DC affects our lives in many ways, but how much do you know about this place? Do you know: By law, how large is Washington DC allowed to be? What made the way Washington DC was laid out different from every other city in America at that time? Is Washington D.C. larger or smaller than it was when it was first formed? What happened to many buildings in Washington DC 15 years after the city was formed? How long did it take Washington DC to get paved roads after it was formed?
Find out the answers to these questions and many more and amaze your family and friends with these fun facts.
Ages 8 and up. All measurements in American and metric.
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Reviews for 14 Fun Facts About Washington DC: A 15-Minute Book
Really cool facts. There is a lot of stuff here that I didn't know about our nation's capitol.read more
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