(Carolyn Kaster/AP)

We made some maps based off the D.C. GIS open database, which has data on everything from snow routes to grocery store locations. Take a look and see if you can tell what each map displays.

1

This one has road-based data. The routes are mainly along main roads in the District, concentrated downtown.

Snow removal routes
Bike lanes
Metrobus routes
One-way streets

2

Most of these are in the city's eastern quadrants.

Charter schools
Public schools
Hospitals
Post offices

3

Several features on this map make it a dead giveaway.

Floodplains
D.C. parks
National parks
Historic sites

4

Wow, there are a lot of these in D.C.

Metrobus stops
Banks
Federal buildings
Places of worship

5

Some of these parcels are smaller than a street block.

Federal land
D.C. parks
Public school grounds
Historic sites

6

These have lots of parcels throughout the District, but most are concentrated downtown.

Historic landmark sites
National parks
Military bases
D.C. parks

7

There are surprisingly only a few of these in D.C.

Post offices
Fire stations
Banks
Police stations

8

Hmm, most of these are along major roads.

Metrobus stops
Traffic cameras
Post offices
Federal buildings

9

These are spread out throughout different neighborhoods in D.C.

Banks
High schools
Post offices
Libraries

10

Last one is a tricky one.

Cell towers
Banks
Universities
Fire stations

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