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The Space Needle, built in 1961 in Seattle, Washington is the first revolving restaurant.

The largest city in area in the United States is Juneau, Alaska. It covers 3,248 square miles, yet the city population is fewer than 30,000.
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City Events, Festivals and Celebrations

DC Caribbean Carnival
Georgia Ave

The DC Caribbean Carnival features a parade with 25 colorful bands of masqueraders accompanied by Caribbean music. Dancing is a must at this festival.

Independence Day Parade Washington DC
Constitution Ave and 7th St

The Independence Day Parade starts on Washington's Constitution Avenue and features marching bands, military and special units, floats and VIPs.

National Memorial Day Parade
Downtown Washington DC

The National Memorial Day Parade honors all those who have served their country in uniform from the American Revolution to Operation Iraqi Freedom. The parade seeks to educate American's about the sacrifices made by those who served to secure the liberties enjoyed by Americans today.

July 15, 2024

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