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Stunning supermoon photos in Washington, D.C.

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On Sunday night and Monday morning, those in Washington, D.C. were able to spot a full moon larger and brighter than normal. The “supermoon” was a once-in-a-lifetime event that won’t be seen again until November 25, 2034. WTOP defines the supermoon as a full moon that occurs on the same day as a perigee, or the point when a moon is closest to the earth.

During this period, a few snapshots were taken. For those who were unable to see the supermoon and for those who wish to relive the experience, check out the following photos. Have a few choice photos of your own? Let Curbed know in the comments.

See the closest supermoon since 1948 [WTOP]