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Washington, D.C. Map
Here is an outline map of Washington, DC. Some of the points of interest in the city are labeled, as are Maryland, Virginia and Arlington. There are plenty of important monuments and locations not identified, making for a good project.
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- The map is fairly basic so it can accompany many different types of lessons
- Great for coloring, annotating, or locating points of interest
- Not visually appealing, a bit drab in appearance
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