At one point, much of Washington, D.C., was all farmland. Today, it might not be the tallest city in the nation, but it is certainly one of the most developed, especially with new projects in the works like The Wharf and Capitol Crossing.
In order to make room for the new, the old, of course, must often be removed—or in this case demolished. Below, Curbed DC has mapped some of the most notable buildings razed in the past 200 years in the nation’s capital, from markets and mansions to hospitals and hotels.
The mapped points have been listed geographically, from the most north to the most south.
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