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Just how accurate is this cringeworthy map of Washington, D.C.?

Developer Pieter Levels created the map this July after living in Amsterdam

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Hoodmaps allows users to pinpoint labels for different areas of the city. There are also blocks of colors in the interactive map, which are meant to denote a large number of hipsters, tourists, students, or “normies.”

Developer Pieter Levels created the map this July after living in Amsterdam. He claims that he built it in order to show users where the most touristy parts of the city were. There are approximately 2,000 cities featured so far.

Washington, D.C. [Hoodmaps]

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