On my recent visit to Washington, DC, I walked the neighborhoods of Logan Circle and Dupont Circle to marveled at the historic architecture.
Washington DC is one of the most majestic cities in America and possibly the world. What makes DC majestic goes far beyond our glorious national monuments and state buildings. DC is also a city of neighborhoods with an eclectic mix of fine architectural examples from different time periods. Each tell us the history of the cities growth and development.
On my recent visit to DC, my hometown, I walked the historic districts of Logan Circle and Dupont Circle.
These neighborhoods overflow with Victorian, Second Empire and Federal Style Architecture built from the late 1700’s to the early 1900’s.
Here’s a look at homes in the historic district in the neighborhoods of Logan and Dupont Circle. I hope you’ll fall in love with the neighborhoods as I have. I believe you’ll want to visit this part of DC so you can see it personally.
2 Gothic Styled Historic African American Churches from 1800’s
I hope you’ve enjoyed my architectural walking tour through the historic districts of Logan & Dupont Circle in Washington, DC.
Next time you’re in the area look beyond the monuments to discover more of DC’s historic architectural jewels.
Until next time …
WW2 Memorial Monument on The Mall