If you live in D.C., you’ve heard your share of harangues from residents extolling the superiority of their neighborhoods. But there are more than a hundred loosely defined areas in this city and it’s unclear how often these neighborhood exceptionalists venture outside their blocks or quadrants. So here’s your chance to prove that you’re the kind of engaged resident who can find a beer in every quadrant of the city. Are you ready to dethrone the Prince of Petworth? Take the quiz below to find out.
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This chair is a landmark of what D.C. neighborhood?
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This is the main commercial strip of what D.C. neighborhood?
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This neighborhood is known for its Victorian mansions.
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Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and former Mayor Vincent Gray both graduated from Dunbar High School in what D.C. neighborhood?
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This commercial street is often used to identify its surrounding neighborhood. It's also known for that streetcar pictured above, which is definitely not carrying any passengers.
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D.C. really wants this neighborhood to be trendy.
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This extensive public market is located in what neighborhood?
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The Washington Nationals play in this stadium near the Anacostia River located in which neighborhood?
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DC USA is home to the city's only Target and is the worst place to be on college move-in day. Which neighborhood is it in?
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Here's a softball to finish off this quiz: Where is the Wilson Building -- D.C.'s city hall -- located?