From “Murder Bay” to Walt Whitman, take Cultural Tourism DC’s latest quiz on our Washingtology page. Answer five questions to see if you’re a true Washingtologist.

Here’s a sample question:


A statue of Albert Pike, a leader of the Scottish Rite Masons in the 19th Century, overlooks Judiciary Square. Was this area once known as “Murder Bay?” (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post)

--The National Mall

--Judiciary Square

--Mount Vernon Square

--Federal Triangle

Do you know the answer? Are you ready for more questions? Take the rest of the quiz at our Washingtology page. And don’t forget to share your own questions (and answers) using the comments link.