While governmental maneuverings may be the mechanism driving Washington D.C. forward, the less-political visitor will find here expansive parks, a plethora of cultural sights and as assortment of landmark structures.
Centered around the traffic roundabout by the same name, Dupont Circle is a lively cultural neighborhood in Washington, D.C. The area contains the most private art galleries in the district, unique ethnic restaurants and shopping and is an active community center in a city dominated by world politics.
The streets of Dupont are lined with historic mansions from a time in the 19th century when massive amounts of new wealth were being flaunted to a nation seeking pride after the Civil War.
Today the neighborhood is home to one of D.C.'s largest gay, lesbian, bisexual and trasngender communities, serving as a staging ground for annual festivals and year-round activism.
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