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D.C., what are you thankful for?

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This year has been pretty tough on everyone. Regardless, that doesn’t mean it hasn’t had its high points.

In Washington, D.C., the National Museum of African American History & Culture finally opened its doors to the public along with MGM National Harbor. Other notable highlights included giant rabbits lighting up Navy Yard, a cool Minecraft-like art exhibit that debuted at Dupont Underground, the momentary Pokémon Go craze that took the country by storm, and, of course, Anacostia Week.

Rather than relive the best moments alone, Curbed is asking readers to say what they’re thankful for. Is it your neighborhood? Is it the architecture or a certain development? Maybe it’s the future and what it holds for the District?

Let us know by leaving a comment below, tweeting at us with #ThankfulDC, or emailing our tipline.