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  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing, The
    Located at Fourteenth & C Streets
    202-874-2330, The largest producers of security documents in the United States, this center prints billions of Federal Reserve Notes for delivery to the Federal Reserve System each... more info

  • International Trade Center
    1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    202-312-1300, The tallest building in Washington, D.C., this trade center is the first and only federal building dedicated to both government and private use. A diverse food court,... more info  map

  • Madame Tussauds
    1001 F Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    202-942-7300, Visit Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. where you can see, touch, and take photos with some of your favorite celebrities and historical figures under one roof.  more info  map

  • National Aquarium
    14th Street and Constitution Avenue, Northwest, Washington, DC 20007
    Located in Lower Level of the Commerce Building
    202-482-2825, The oldest aquarium in the nation, this historic National Aquarium houses more than 80 exhibits with over 200 species of salt and freshwater marine life, including... more info

  • Supreme Court of the United States
    Located at First Street & Maryland Avenue
    202-479-3211, The most powerful court in our country, this famous court offers a variety of educational programs for visitors, as well as lectures in the courtroom typically given... more info

  • Tidal Basin Pedal Boats
    Located at Ohio Drive & Tidal Basin Northwest
    202-484-0206, The whole family will enjoy this unique activity which takes place in the shadow of the Jefferson Memorial from March through September. more info

Historic Homes & Buildings

  • Decatur House
    1610 H Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20006
    202-842-0920, One of the oldest surviving homes in Washington, D.C., this historic house was built for naval hero Commodore Stephen Decatur and is one of only three remaining... more info  map

  • Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
    1411 West Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20020
    202-426-5961, Dedicated to preserving the legacy of the most famous African American of the 19th century, this is the former residence of African American abolitionist Frederick... more info

  • His Lordship's Kindness
    7606 Woodyard Road, Clinton, MD 20735
    301-856-0358, Call for schedule. Built in 1787 by Robert Darnall, this National Historic Landmark has been the home to many prominent families. Site contains historic art, buildings,... more info  map

  • Octagon House Museum, The
    1799 New York Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20006
    202-638-3221, Designed by Dr. William Thornton, the architect of the U.S. Capitol; for Colonel John Tayloe, a wealthy Virginian plantation owner; the three-story, brick Octagon House... more info  map

  • Old Stone House
    3051 M Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
    202-426-6851, One of the oldest known structures remaining in the nation's capital, this simple 18th century historic house was built and inhabited by common people and is surrounded... more info  map

  • Oxon Hill Manor
    6901 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, MD 20745
    Located Near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge
    301-839-7782, The land and former mansion, destroyed by fire in 1895; was home to the nephews of George Washington and the nephew of John Hanson, the first president elected by the... more info  map

  • President Lincoln's Cottage
    3700 North Capitol Street North West, Washington, DC 20011
    202-829-0436, Located on the grounds of the Armed Forces Retirement Home, three miles north of the White House, this 34-room Gothic Revival-style house was the seasonal home of... more info  map

  • Surratt House Museum
    9110 Brandywine Road, Clinton, MD 20735
    Located 12 Miles Northwest of Washington D.C.
    301-868-1121, Restored by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Surratt House was not only the country home of Mary Surratt, the first woman to be executed by... more info  map

  • Tudor Place
    1644 Thirty-First Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20007
    202-965-0400, Get a rare glimpse into American cultural and social history while at this historic, elegant Neoclassical house which was designed by Dr. William Thornton, who also... more info

  • White House - President's Park
    1450 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (Visitor Center), Washington, DC 20500
    Located at the SE Corner of 15th and E Streets
    202-208-1631, Originally constructed between 1792 and 1800 by James Hoban, this well-known historic Federal-style house was reconstructed in 1815 after being burned by British... more info  map

Historic Sites & Monuments

  • African American Civil War Memorial
    Located at Vermont Avenue & U Street
    202-667-2667, "The first and only national memorial and museum for United States colored troops in the Civil War," this memorial commemorates the more than 208,000 African American... more info

  • FDR Memorial
    1850 West Basin Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    Located Near the Jefferson Memorial
    202-376-6704, Situated on seven and a half acres, this memorial depicts the 12 pivotal years of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidency through a series of four outdoor gallery rooms. ... more info

  • Jefferson Memorial
    Fifteenth Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20007
    Located at the South End of the Tidal Basin
    202-426-6841, Situated beneath a marble rotunda, this 19 foot statue of the third United States President is surrounded by passages from the Declaration of Independence and other... more info

  • Korean War Veterans Memorial
    900 Ohio Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20007
    Located at the Lincoln Memorial
    202-426-6841, Nestled on over a two acre site, this memorial features a sculptured column of 19 foot soldiers arrayed for combat with the American flag as their symbolic objective, as... more info  map

  • Lincoln Memorial
    900 Ohio Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    Located at West Potomac Park
    202-426-6841, Designed to resemble a Greek temple, this grand monument overlooks the Reflecting Pool and is a 19 foot marble statue of the 16th United States President. The statue... more info  map

  • National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
    400 7th Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20004
    202-737-3400, This elegant marble wall memorial displays the names of more than 14,000 federal, state, and local law enforcement officers who were killed in the line of duty. ... more info  map

  • U.S. Navy Memorial & Naval Heritage Center
    701 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC 20004
    202-737-2300, Founded in 1977, this center and memorial honors all service personnel who have served in the sea services and perpetuates their heritage, values, and traditions. A... more info  map

  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial
    Located at Constitution Avenue & Henry Bacon Drive
    202-634-1568, Names of the 58,209 Americans missing or killed in the Vietnam conflict is printed upon the black granite walls of this moving V-shaped memorial. Designed by Frederick... more info

  • Vietnam Women's Memorial
    Located at Twenty-First & Constitution Avenue
    202-426-6841, Nestled in a grove of trees across from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, this 2,000 pound bronze statue was designed by Santa Fe-based sculptor Glenna Goodacre and it... more info

  • Washington Monument
    Located at Fifteenth & Constitution Avenue
    202-426-6841, One of the tallest masonry structures in the world, this magnificent monument was built in 1885 in memory of the first President of the United States, known as the... more info

Libraries & Research Centers

  • Library of Congress
    10 First Street, Washington, DC 20007
    Located on Capitol Hill
    202-707-8000, The largest library in the world, this library is also the oldest federal cultural institution in the nation and it serves as the research arm of Congress. Nearly 128... more info  map

  • U.S. National Archives & Records Administration
    Located at Seventh and Pennsylvania Avenues
    202-501-5000, The original Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights are housed at this center that also contains over three billion historic records. more info

Museums & Galleries

  • Anacostia Community Museum, The
    1901 Fort Place Southeast, Washington, DC 20013
    Located in Southeast Washington, D.C.
    202-633-4820 (Main Office), Bordered by the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers on the west, in the city’s Ward 8; the predominantly African American Anacostia is one of the District’s first suburbs. ... more info  map

  • Billingsley House Museum
    6900 Green Landing Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    9 Miles East of the Washington Beltway (I-95)
    301-627-0730, A brick Tidewater Colonial plantation house situated on 430 acres overlooking the confluence of the Patuxent River and the Western Branch, Billingsley House Museum is... more info

  • Capital Children's Museum
    800 Third Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
    202-675-4120, A unique educational complex that features over 30,000 square feet of hands-on interactive exhibits which focus on culture, the arts, and sciences. Children and... more info  map

  • Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum
    437 7th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    202-824-0613, The rooms where Clara Barton had lived and worked during the Civil War are now preserved, lit by beautifully replicated faux gas light. more info

  • Corcoran Museum of Art
    500 17th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20006
    202-639-1700, One of the oldest art museums in the United States, the Corcoran Museum of Art's permanent collection includes 19th-century American prints and drawings and 20th-century... more info  map

  • DAR Museum
    1776 D Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20006
    202-879-3241, This museum of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution features 32 period rooms which contain a superb collection of pre-1840s furnishings. A... more info  map

  • Darnall's Chance House Museum
    14800 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    301-952-8010, With special emphasis on the lives of mid-18th century women, Darnall's Chance House Museum is a historic house museum situated between Schoolhouse Pond and St. Mary's... more info  map

  • Dumbarton House
    2715 Que Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20007
    202-337-2288, First owned by Joseph Nourse, Register of the U.S. Treasury for the first six Presidents of the United States, Dumbarton House is a fine example of Federal period... more info  map

  • Folger Shakespeare Library
    201 East Capitol Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003
    202-544-4600, Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this magnificent museum contains splendid Renaissance architecture and houses Henry Clay Folger's impressive... more info  map

  • Freedman's Hall Gallery of Art
    2041 Georgia Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20060
    Located at Howard University Hospital
    202-865-1471, Celebrating Howard University Hospital's treasured past, thriving present, and fertile future, this exhibition gallery is a permanent educational and cultural site that... more info  map

  • Freer Gallery of Art & Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
    1050 Independence Avenue, Southwest, Washington, DC 20013
    Jefferson Drive at 12th Street, Southwest
    202-633-1000, Located on the National Mall, connected by an underground exhibition space, these two galleries include "a world-renowned collection of art from China, Japan, Korea,... more info  map

  • Hillwood Museum & Gardens
    4155 Linnean Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
    202-686-5807, The Washington residence of art collector Marjorie Merriweather Post from 1955 to 1973, this extate is known for having the most comprehensive assemblage of Russian... more info  map

  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
    Independence Avenue at 7th Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20013
    202-633-1000, The Hirshhorn houses a collection of modern and contemporary art "in a range of media, including works on paper, painting, installation, photography, sculpture, digital... more info

  • International Spy Museum, The
    800 F Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    202-393-7798, Exploring the craft, practice, history, and contemporary role of espionage, the International Spy Museum features "the largest collection of international espionage... more info  map

  • Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington
    Corner of Third & G Streets, Northwest, Washington, DC 20001
    701 4th Street Northwest, #200 (Office)
    202-789-0900, The region's foremost destination and source for American Jewish history, the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington explores the unique Jewish heritage of... more info  map

  • National Building Museum
    401 F Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001
    202-272-2448, American achievements in architecture, design, engineering, planning, and construction are examined and interpreted at this private, nonprofit museum which also presents... more info  map

  • National Gallery of Art
    Located at Sixth and Constitution Avenues
    202-737-4215, One of the finest collections in the world that illustrates major achievements in paintings, sculptures, and graphics is featured at this museum which contains a... more info

  • National Museum of African Art
    950 Independence Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC 20560
    202-633-4600, Located on the National Mall between the Smithsonian's Arts & Industries Building and the Sackler Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art... more info  map

  • National Museum of American History
    14th Street and Constitution Avenue, Northwest, Washington, DC 20560
    Located on the National Mall
    202-633-1000, A National Historic Landmark designed by the architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White, the National Museum of American History was the sixth Smithsonian building on... more info  map

  • National Museum of Crime & Punishment
    575 7th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    202-393-1099, Described by Good Morning America as a "must see for CSI fans," the National Museum of Crime & Punishment includes a crime lab and the filming studios for America's Most... more info  map

  • National Museum of Health and Medicine
    6900 Georgia Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20307
    202-782-2200, Founded as the Army Medical Museum in 1862 to study and improve medical conditions during the American Civil War, this museum houses a collection of over twenty-five... more info  map

  • National Museum of Women in the Arts
    1250 New York Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20005
    202-783-5000, This museum contains a permanent collection of more than 3,000 works of art by 400 women from 28 countries from the 16th century to the present. Works by artists such... more info  map

  • National Portrait Gallery
    8th and F Streets Northwest, Washington, DC 20001
    Located in Downtown Washington, D.C.
    202-633-8300, Housed along with the Smithsonian American Art Museum in a renovated National Historic Landmark building, the Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture;... more info  map

  • National Postal Museum
    2 Massachusetts Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
    202-633-5555, A Smithsonian Institution museum which is located in the old historic Post Office building and occupies 75,000 square feet of the building, with 23,000 square feet... more info  map

  • Naval Historical Center
    805 Kidder Breese Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20374
    Located at the Washington Navy Yard
    202-433-4882, Housed in the old Naval Gun Factory, this museum features a collection that includes the foremast fighting top from the USS Constitution, the bathyscaphe Trieste, ship... more info

  • Patuxent Rural Life Museums
    16000 Croom Airport Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    301-627-6074, Located within the Patuxent River Park, the Patuxent Rural Life Museums are a collection of late 19th century and early 20th century historic structures and buildings... more info  map

  • Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
    3900 Harewood Road Northeast, Washington, DC 20017
    202-635-5400, A must-see museum while your in Washington, this highly interactive museum explores Pope John Paul II's teachings through state-of-the-art technology in an array of... more info  map

  • Renwick Gallery, The
    1661 Pennsylvania Avenue NW @ 17th Street, Washington, DC 20006
    202-633-2850, Housed in a historic architectural landmark across the street from the White House, the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Renwick Gallery "collects, exhibits, studies... more info  map

  • Smithsonian American Art Museum
    8th and F Streets Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    202-633-7970, The nation's first collection of American art is housed in one of the oldest public buildings constructed in early Washington. The Smithsonian American Art Museum is... more info  map

  • Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle)
    1000 Jefferson Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20013
    202-633-1000, The Smithsonian Institution's signature building and home to the Smithsonian Visitor Center. Guests can see collections highlights from each of the other museums, tour... more info  map

  • Textile Museum
    2320 S Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
    202-667-0441, One of the world's foremost specialized art museums, this museum is housed in two historic buildings and features rotating exhibitions of historical and contemporary... more info  map

  • Touchstone Gallery
    406 Seventh Street Northwest, Second floor, Washington, DC 20004
    Located in the Downtown Arts District
    202-347-2787, An artist-owned gallery with an active membership of 35 to 40 artists, the Touchstone Gallery features several exhibition spaces and five other galleries. Its members... more info  map

  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    100 Raoul Wallenberg Place Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    202-488-0400, The documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history is the goal of this national institution which serves as as a memorial to the millions of people... more info  map

  • Washington Design Center
    300 D Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    202-646-6118, Containing just under 400,000 square feet of space, there are over 60 wholesale residential, commercial, and building products showrooms located inside this center which... more info  map

  • Washington Dolls' House and Toy Museum
    5236 Forty-Fourth Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20015
    202-363-6400, Founded in 1975, this unique museum contains a carefully researched collection of antique doll houses, games, and toys, many of them being Victorian. There is also an... more info

  • Woodrow Wilson House Museum
    2340 S Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
    202-387-4062, Washington's only presidential museum, this house is a National Trust Historic Site and it was the final home of our 28th President. Built in 1915 by architect Waddy... more info  map

National Parks & Natural Wonders

  • Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens
    1900 Anacostia Drive Southeast, Washington, DC 20020
    Located Between Quarles and Douglas Streets
    202-426-6905, A National Park Service site which constitutes some 700 acres, this park includes the aquatic gardens which are situated on 14 acres along the east bank of the Anacostia... more info  map

  • National Mall, The
    900 Ohio Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    202-426-6841, Envisioned by Pierre L'Enfant's and commissioned by George Washington, this splendid park extends approximately two miles from the United States Capitol to the... more info  map

  • Rock Creek Park
    3545 Wiliamsburg Lane Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
    202-895-6070, Established in 1890, this historic park is filled with majestic trees and wild animals and visitors can walk in the footsteps of the Piscataway Indians, as well as... more info  map

Parks, Gardens & Zoos

  • Clearwater Nature Center
    11000 Thrift Road, Clinton, MD 20735
    301-297-4575, Live animal displays, hands-on exhibits, hiking trails, gardens, nature programs, and gift shop. Call for schedule. more info  map

  • Lafayette Square
    Located at Sixteenth & Pennsylvania Avenues
    202-755-7798, Overlooking the White House, this famous, historic square was built in 1824 and was named after the Marquis de Lafayette, the French general and a hero in the American... more info

  • National Arboretum
    3501 New York Avenue Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
    202-245-2726, A United States Department of Agriculture research and education facility and a living museum that is situated on 400 acres and is filled with trees, shrubs, flowering... more info  map

  • National Zoo
    60 East Fifth Street, Washington, DC 20008
    202- 673-4721, Nearly a quarter of the animals at the National Zoo are endangered species, and include giant pandas, Asian elephants, white-naped cranes, western lowland gorillas,... more info  map

  • National Zoological Park
    3001 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20008
    202-673-4800, Home to a wonderfully diverse animal collection, this beautiful, 163 acre urban zoological park contains thousands and offers science based educational programs, as well... more info  map

  • Patuxent River Park
    16000 Croom Airport Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    301-627-6074, The Patuxent River Park consists of more than 6,000 acres of natural area parklands along the eastern boundary of Prince George's County. Aquasco Farm, the Patuxent... more info  map

  • Potomac Park
    Located at Jefferson Memorial Basin
    202-485-9880, Divided into West and East Potomac parks, this exceptionally beautiful park contains 3,000 Japanese cherry trees, as well as facilities for golfing, picnicking,... more info

  • United States Botanic Garden
    100 Maryland Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC 20001
    202-225-8333, The United States Botanic Garden is a living plant museum on the National Mall at the foot of the U.S. Capitol. Bartholdi Park, named for sculptor Frederic Auguste... more info  map

Science & Technology

  • National Air & Space Museum
    Independence Avenue at 6th Street, Southwest, Washington, DC 20560
    The National Mall Building Downtown
    202-633-1000, A vital center for research into the history, science and technology of aviation and space flight, the Smithsonian Institution's National Air & Space Museum maintains... more info

  • National Geographic Museum, The
    1145 Seventeenth Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20007
    202-857-7588, Past and current expeditions, adventures, and scientific research come to life at this unique museum that showcases a wide variety of changing exhibits which reflects... more info  map

  • National Museum of Natural History, The
    Constitution Avenue Northwest & 10th Street, Washington, DC 20560
    202-633-1000, Open daily except for Christmas, the National Museum of Natural History houses virtual exhibits, more than 126 million natural science specimens and cultural artifacts,... more info

Tours & Cruises

  • Bike and the Like
    Hosts Suzie and Roger Knable offer supported and reasonably priced bicycle tours in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Each year they host an exciting weeklong journey by... more info

  • Bike the Sites
    1100 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20004
    Located at The Old Post Office Pavilion
    202-842-BIKE, Tour at a leisurely pace on scenic paths and trails while professional guides discuss history, architecture, and scandal at the many stops along this bike tour which are... more info  map

  • Bitez Food Tours
    1155 F Street Northwest, Suite 1050, Washington, DC 20004
    202-735-4446, Bitez Food Tours offers culinary adventures in your favorite city. Learn where the locals eat and drink while being led by one of their entertaining culinary... more info  map

  • Capitol Entertainment Services
    3629 Eighteenth Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20018
    202-636-9203, Interesting and enjoyable guided sightseeing tours which unique showcases the nation's capital and describes its rich history are offered by this company which also... more info  map

  • DC Ducks
    2460 Reed Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20018
    202-832-9800, Climb aboard an authentic, fully restored World War II amphibious vessel and experience a whole new sightseeing adventure as you enjoy a fully narrated, 90 minute land... more info

  • DC Insider Tours
    2844 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, Suite 310, Washington, DC 20007
    202-237-7534, Enjoy all-day urban excursions which provide an insider's look at our nation's capital through this tour group which offers multi-dimensional tour programs in the DC... more info  map

  • ELD Touring Enterprises
    2107 Marbury Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20747
    301-395-1575, Founded in 1999, ELD Touring Enterprises has provided years of personalized service. This family run, family oriented business' past clients have included the University... more info  map

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
    935 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20535
    202-324-3000, Take a one hour tour of the FBI facility and see crime labs, history exhibits, and a live firearms demonstration.  more info  map

  • Odyssey Cruises
    600 Water Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    Located at the Gangplank Marina
    866-306-2469, One of Washington's most elegant and contemporary cruising vessel, this cruise boat offers three hour lunch cruises and four hour diner cruises, both with four course... more info  map

  • Old Town Trolley Tours
    2460 Reed Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20018
    202-832-9800, You will find the best conductors in the city with this company that provides daily two hour narrated tours of the city with reboarding available from 19 sites around... more info  map

  • Shore Shot Cruises
    3000 K Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20007
    Located at Washington Harbour
    202-554-6500, This ten mile, 50 minute professionally narrated cruise allows you to see various sites of interest, including the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the Washington... more info  map

  • Sky Blue Tours
    2425 Branch Avenue Southeast, Washington, DC 20020
    202-657-6516, Are you planning to visit Washington DC, or Arlington, Virginia, shortly? Make sure to hire Sky Blue tours. There sightseeing services includes professional tours, main... more info

  • Sky Blue Tours
    2425 Branch Avenue Southeast , Washington, DC 20020
    202-657-6516, Sky Blue Tours offer fully narrated historic tours of Washington DC. Providing guided tours to all the monuments and attractions in the area including National Mall,... more info  map

  • Spirit of Washington
    Pier 4, Washington, DC 20024
    Located at 6th and Water Street
    202-554-8000, Dine and dance as you cruise the Potomac River in this 600 passenger luxury vessel which offers dinner cruises, complete with sumptuous buffets, live music, and... more info

  • Tourmobile Sightseeing
    1000 Ohio Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    202-554-5100, Seasonal narrators and drivers take you right where you want to go aboard a variety of vehicles, including an 85 passenger, multi-axeled vehicle approximately 55 feet in... more info  map

  • U.S. Capitol
    Located on Capitol Hill
    202-225-6827, Get a behind-the-scenes look of America's legislative process while at this famous building which offers guided tours to the public from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday... more info

  • Washington Walks
    819 G Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20024
    202-484-1565, No reservations are required to enjoy these two hour, professionally guided walking tours where you will learn about the famous and infamous people of DC, as well as... more info  map


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