From National Bank to National Museum
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From National Bank to National Museum

National Bank of Washington Building is a downtown landmark that has been empty for about a decade. It has historic status and is supposed to open eventually as a museum about the Armenian Genocide. Video by John Kelly/washingtonpost.com

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