Resurgence of the Anacostia River
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Washington, DC is a waterfront city. At the confluence of two tidal rivers, the Potomac and Anacostia, the District of Columbia enjoys 47 miles of shoreline. With DC now fully embracing its revived identity as a waterfront city, this progress report celebrates the resurgence of the Anacostia River—the heart of the District’s reorientation to its waterfront.
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Resurgence of the Anacostia Waterfront
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