Photographs from the historic district of Georgetown
A brief history:
- Washington Harbor is tucked away in the south-east corner of Georgetown, Washington DC.
- The harbour was designed by Arthur Cotton Moore and is a combined commercial and residential building on the Potomac River.
- The audacious structure hugs the waterfront and surrounds a semi-circular plaza which includes a boardwalk, tall-fountain and colossal columned lamp posts.
- The harbour is a popular area for tourists and locals alike because of the variety of restaurants, shops and office space it has to offer, it's also a grand location for sightseeing up and down
the Potomac River including sights such as the, Watergate Complex, Kennedy Center, Roosevelt Island & the Scott Key Bridge.
- Georgetown Waterfront Park
- Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge
- Healy Building (Georgetown University)
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