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Washington is home to more than 160 embassies and consulates. More than 50 dot Embassy Row near Dupont Circle. Most of these open their doors to visitors every May during dedicated "Passport DC" weekends.

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Foggy Bottom

This neighborhood got its quirky name from the fog that used to rise up from the nearby Potomac River. Today, Foggy Bottom is home to some of the city’s most famous (and infamous) buildings, including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Watergate and The George Washington University.
 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Washington is home to more than 160 embassies and consulates. More than 50 dot Embassy Row near Dupont Circle. Most of these open their doors to visitors every May during dedicated "Passport DC" weekends.
Home to world embassies, the World Bank and Kennedy Center, Foggy Bottom is a landmark itself.
Founded in 1971, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is home to the National Symphony Orchestra and the Washington National Opera.
From the infamous Watergate to the famous Kennedy Center, there's plenty of action to see.
Dine like a diplomat at these Foggy Bottom hot spots.
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