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Washington city, District of Columbia

Washington city, District of Columbia
Nickname(s):The Federal City, The American Rome, A Capital City, The Capital of the World
Founded:July 16, 1790
Consolidated:1871
Population
- Total:601.723 (2010)
- Density:9.705,2/sq mi (3.784,4/sq km)
Area code(s):202
Time zone:EST (UTC-5)
Summer Time zone:EDT (UTC-4)
Website:www.dc.gov
Area
- Total:69 sq mi (178 sq km)
- Land:62 sq mi (159 sq km)
- Water:8 sq mi (19 sq km)
- % water:10,67 %
Latitude:+38.9041485
Longitude:-077.0170942

Quick information summary of the Washington city area.

Washington city is located in the state of District of Columbia. It occupies the area of 69 square miles. 8 square miles are water areas and 62 square miles remain for land areas. Center of the Washington city lies at +38.9041485, -077.0170942 coordinates. According to the 2010 Census, there are 601.723 living in the Washington city. The racial makeup shows these 3 races as the most frequent : Black or African American (50.71%), White (38.47%) and Some Other Race (4.05%). Median age is 34 for the males and 34 for the females.

District of Columbia, also called Washington, D.C., Washington, The District or simply D.C., is the capital of the United States of America. It is located on the East Coast, and geographically it lies between Maryland and Virginia, but it does not belong to any state nor is it one of the 50 U.S. states. It was created as a separate capital district. The idea behind this formal solution was to place the federal government outside any existing state so that no state is more powerful than any other.

The District hosts centers of all three branches of the federal government: the President (executive branch), U.S. Congress (legislative branch) and the Supreme Court of the United States (judicial branch). In addition, there are almost 200 foreign embassies in D.C., along with many national and international agencies, associations, trade unions, non-profit organizations, lobbying firms and independent defense and civilian contractors. It is home to many national monuments and historic sites and it is a place where many decisive events in the American history took place.

In 2011, Washington D.C. had a population of 617,996 but commuters, especially from Virginia and Maryland, raise the population to almost one million during workweek. D.C. is part of the largest Washington Metropolitan Area, which includes parts of Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland and has a population of 5.6 million.

D.C. is known by many nicknames, such as “The Federal City,” “The American Rome,” “The Capital of the World” and “City if Magnificent Intentions” (coined by Charles Dickens), but also by a few less flattering ones, such as “District of Crime” and “Murder Capital of America.”

The motto of District of Columbia is “Justitia Omnibus,” which in Latin means “Justice for All.”

D.C. has teams in each of the “Big Four” major leagues: the NBA’s Washington Wizards, the NFL’s Washington Redskins, the MLB’s Washington Nationals and the NHL’s Washington Capitals.

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Statistical data for the Washington city based on the 2010 U.S. Census

Racial makeup

Total
601,723
White alone
231,47138.47 %
Black or African American alone
305,12550.71 %
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
2,0790.35 %
Asian alone
21,0563.50 %
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
3020.05 %
Some Other Race alone
24,3744.05 %
Two or More races
17,3162.88 %

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Population break-up based on Counties and Subdivisions in the area

Counties Subdivisions
County (whole county) Washington city part within the County Subdivision (whole subdivision) Washington city part within the Subdivision
District of Columbia 601.723- Washington city part601.723
Washington city 601.723- Washington city part601.723

Profile of the Washington city

History Washington D.C.

Before the capital district was created, the area of present-day Washington D.C. was inhabited by the Nacotchtank Indians. The first Europeans arrived in the area in the 17h century and the Indians largely relocated by the early 18th century.

After the Pennsylvania Mutiny of 1783, when 400 soldiers of the Continental Army protested against government in Philadelphia, it became clear that the government needed an actual capital where it would be able to work without having to rely on any state. It was also decided that the future national capital should not be part of any state at all, in order to avoid one state becoming more powerful than the others, and the best solution was to create a separate and independent district. The foundation of a capital district was permitted by the Article One, Section Eight of the U.S. Constitution and the only thing left to decide was the location. On July 9, 1790, the Congress passed the Residence Act that approved the creation of the capital on the Potomac River. George Washington selected the exact location, since he knew the area from his childhood. The land was donated by both Maryland and Virginia and the district incorporated the preexisting settlements on the land. In 1791, the city was named after President Washington and the federal district was named Columbia (a popular and rather romantic name for America used at the time). The first session of the Congress in the new capital was held on November 17, 1800.

In 1814, during the War of 1812, the District was attacked by the British troops and many of the structures, including the President’s mansion, the Capitol and the Treasury were burnt down. The structures were later reconstructed and the President’s mansion was painted white, remaining known as the White House ever since.

In the 1930s Alexandria, part of the District what was given by Virginia, petitioned its former home state to take it back because they feared that Congress would abolish slavery in the District (the economy of Alexandria always relied greatly on slave trade). In 1846 Congress agreed to return the lands donated by Virginia and the current territory of the District actually consist only of the land that used to belong to Maryland.

When the Civil War started in 1861, the District experienced notable growth as the federal government expanded and the freed black slaves settled in the city. Slavery was abolished in D.C. in 1862, nine months before the Emancipation Proclamation.

After the war, the District continued to grow but it still lacked many basic amenities, such as proper sanitation, it was dirty and the cultural life was rather dull. In 1871 a new territorial government for the District of Columbia was formed and it encompassed the cities of Washington and Georgetown. The District expanded even further and became more modernized. In the early 20th century it underwent urban renewal projects and later, in the 1930s, many new buildings, infrastructures, memorials and monuments were built.

In the 1960s Washington D.C. reflected the social upheaval that was going on in the rest of the nation. The National Mall was the site of many important events, such as the Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Following King’s assassination in 1968, violent riots broke out throughout D.C. It took three days and 13,600 federal troops to stop the riots and the rebuilding of the destroyed structures was not complete until the late 1990s.

Washington D.C. had some of the highest rate crimes in the nation in the 1980s and the 1990s.

Washington D.C. Geography

Washington D.C. is located on the East Coast of the United States. It is surrounded by Virginia to the Southwest and Maryland to the southeast, northeast and northwest. It practically lies on the border between the two states, on the south banks of the natural boundary between the two states, the Potomac River. The District occupies an area of 68.3 square miles, 10.16% of which is water and the rest is land.

The topography of the District resembles that of the state of Maryland. In addition to the Potomac River, it has two other, although smaller flowing bodies of water: the Rock Creek and the Anacostia River. There is also the artificially created Washington Channel and three man-made reservoirs: Dalecarlia, Georgetown and McMillan reservoirs. The highest elevation in D.C. is 410 feet above sea level in Tenleytown.

Other notable geographic features in Washington D.C. include the Three Sisters islands, Theodore Roosevelt Island, Columbia Island (all in the Potomac River) and Hains Point.

The District is divided into eight wards, ,which are numbered and not named, and 37 official neighborhoods. It has strict building height laws, which serve to protect the grandeur of the Capitol, the White House, the National Mall and other key landmarks.

The climate in Washington D.C. can be classified as humid subtropical. It has the typical weather for a Mid-Atlantic region away from large bodies of water and has four distinct seasons. Winter is generally cool, with snowfall in small accumulations and also with occasional freezing rain. Spring and autumn are mostly dry and often sunny, especially the spring. Summer is hot and humid and it is the humidity that most people complain about, as it can often be very uncomfortable. Late summer and early autumn bring occasional hurricanes.

Washington D.C. Population

In 2011, the District of Columbia had an estimated population of 617,996, which is a 2.7% increase since the 2010 Census. As a city, it is the 24th most populous place in the USA and if it were a state it would rank 50th, ahead of Wyoming.

The Washington Metropolitan Area includes the District and its suburbs and has a population of 5.6 million residents, which makes it the seventh-largest metropolitan area in the nation. The Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area has 8.5 million inhabitants and it is the fourth-largest combined statistical area in the USA.

In 2010, the racial makeup in Washington D.C. was 50.7% Black or African American, 34.8% non-Hispanic White, 9.1% Hispanic or Latino of any race, 3.5% Asian, 0.3% Native American, 4.1% some other race and 2.9% two or more races.

The District of Columbia always had a large African American population, ever since its foundation. In the last decade there has been an 11.5% decrease in black population, which is considered to be the result of gentrification.

In 2008, 28% of the residents were Baptists, 13% were Roman Catholics and 31% were members of other Christian denominations.

More than 90% of residents of Washington D.C. have health insurance coverage. In 2009, a study found that 3% of the residents have HIV or AIDS, which was classified as a generalized and severe epidemic.

In 2006, approximately half of the residents in the District had a four-year college degree or higher. The same year, personal per capita income was $55,755, which was higher than in any of the U.S. states. However, the District also had one of the highest number of residents living below the poverty line among the U.S. states.

Economy

The largest employer in the District of Columbia is the federal government, which accounts for approximately 29% of all the jobs. It is believed that because of this D.C. managed to stay immune to most economic downfalls and recessions throughout the 20th century, including the latest one. Other companies and firms, associated with the government but not its actual part, also provide a sizeable portion of the jobs in the District. In addition, various associations, organizations, groups and unions also have their headquarters there, in order to stay close to the government.

Washington D.C. is also home to many international organizations, such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, Pan-American Health Organization, Association of American States and Inter-American Development Bank.

Industries in the field of education, healthcare, research and science are also well represented in the District. Top non-government employers are the Georgetown University, George Washington University, Washington Hospital Center, Children’s National Medical Center and Howard University.

Tourism is also a significant source of income for the District. Major tourist attractions include the White House, the National Mall, the U.S. Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Pier, the Washington Monument, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the Smithsonian Institution, the Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Art and many more.

Washington D.C. Government and legislation

The “exclusive jurisdiction” over Washington D.C. was given to the Congress through the Article One, Section Eight of the U.S. Constitution. The District did not have elected government of its own until the Home Rule Act of 1973, which instituted the mayor and the 13-member Council of the District of Columbia. Congress, however, still retains some power over local affairs. Washington D.C. observes all federal holidays and also the Emancipation Day, on April 16.

Since the District is not a state, it has no voting representation in the Congress. There is one delegate in the House of Representatives who can participate in debate and introduce legislation, but has no right of vote. On the other hand, the residents are subject to all federal taxes. This, naturally, does not sound right to most residents, which is why there are currently several campaigns led by grassroots organizations to promote the national debate about the D.C.’s representation and voting rights.

Education

Washington D.C. has 123 public schools, operated by the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS). DCPS is considered to be one of the most expensive and yet least performing school systems in the nation.

There are also 52 public charter schools, operated by the District of Columbia Public Charter School Board, and 92 private schools.

The public university of D.C. is the University of the District of Columbia, which provides undergraduate and graduate education. Private institutions of higher education in the District include Georgetown University (the oldest Catholic university in the nation), George Washington University, Howard University, Gallaudet University, the Catholic University of America, American University, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and the Corcoran College of Art and Design.

The District is well-known for medical research institutions, especially at the Washington Hospital Center and Children’s National Medical Center.

Transportation in Washington D.C.

The District has 1,500 miles of roads, streets and parkways. There are no interstate highways that pass through the middle of Washington D.C. Interstate 95 bends around the city and I-66 and I-395 terminate practically as soon as they enter the city.

The rapid transit system in D.C., consisting of Metrobus and Washington Metro, is operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.

Union Station in Washington D.C. is the Amtrak’s second-busiest station in the USA.

Three major airports serve the District: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington handles mostly domestic traffic while Washington Dulles International Airport (26 miles west of D.C., in Virginia) and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshal Airport (31 miles northeast of D.C., in Maryland), handle most of the District’s major international flights.

Statistical data for the Washington city

Data Source : US Census Bureau

Racial makeup

Total
601,723
White alone
231,47138.47 %
Black or African American alone
305,12550.71 %
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
2,0790.35 %
Asian alone
21,0563.50 %
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
3020.05 %
Some Other Race alone
24,3744.05 %
Two or More races
17,3162.88 %

Hispanic or Latino Origin

Total
601,723
Not Hispanic or Latino
546,97490.90 %
Hispanic or Latino
54,7499.10 %

Hispanic or Latino Origin by Race

Total
601,723
Not Hispanic or Latino
546,97490.90 %
White alone
209,46438.30 %
Black or African American alone
301,05355.04 %
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
1,3220.24 %
Asian alone
20,8183.81 %
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
2160.04 %
Some Other Race alone
1,4510.27 %
Two or More races
12,6502.31 %
Hispanic or Latino
54,7499.10 %
White alone
22,00740.20 %
Black or African American alone
4,0727.44 %
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
7571.38 %
Asian alone
2380.43 %
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
860.16 %
Some Other Race alone
22,92341.87 %
Two or More races
4,6668.52 %

Median Age by Sex

Both sexes
34
Male
34
Female
34

Household Type

Total
266,707
Family households
112,71542.26 %
Husband-wife family
58,65952.04 %
Other family
54,05647.96 %
Male householder, no wife present
10,37619.19 %
Female householder, no husband present
43,68080.81 %
Nonfamily households
153,99257.74 %
Householder living alone
117,43176.26 %
Householder not living alone
36,56123.74 %

Geographical and Cultural Features and Landmarks in the Washington city - including Historical Features

Distance is calculated from the Washington city center coordinates

Distance limit:

Random list of Geographic Features located within the radius of 3 miles from the Washington city center

Area

  • Monument Grounds [1.45 mi] [2.34 km]
  • Agriculture Grounds [1.25 mi] [2.01 km]
  • Kidwell Meadows [1.9 mi] [3.05 km]
  • Smithsonian Grounds [1.1 mi] [1.77 km]
  • Capitol Grounds [1.12 mi] [1.81 km]

Building

  • Jenkins Hill Child Development Center [1.45 mi] [2.33 km]
  • Department of Agricultural Extensible Building [1.36 mi] [2.19 km]
  • Bureau of Fisheries Building (historical) [1.13 mi] [1.83 km]
  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden [1.17 mi] [1.88 km]
  • Department of Agriculture Administration Building [1.3 mi] [2.1 km]
  • Arthur M Sackler Gallery [1.21 mi] [1.94 km]
  • Fish Commission Building (historical) [1.12 mi] [1.8 km]
  • Carroll Prison (historical) [1.27 mi] [2.05 km]
  • Arts and Industries Building [1.17 mi] [1.88 km]
  • National Air and Space Museum [1.11 mi] [1.79 km]
  • John Adams Building [1.35 mi] [2.17 km]
  • Carroll Row (historical) [1.31 mi] [2.1 km]
  • Longs Hotel (historical) [1.31 mi] [2.1 km]
  • National Museum of the American Indian [1.1 mi] [1.78 km]
  • Samuel P Langley IMAX Theater [1.11 mi] [1.79 km]
  • Albert Einstein Planetarium [1.11 mi] [1.79 km]
  • Sylvan Theatre [1.42 mi] [2.29 km]
  • District of Columbia Armory [2.49 mi] [4 km]
  • Philadelphia Row [1.76 mi] [2.83 km]
  • Library of Congress [1.28 mi] [2.06 km]
  • Smithsonian Institution Arts and Industries Building [1.18 mi] [1.9 km]
  • General Noble Redwood Tree House (historical) [1.23 mi] [1.98 km]
  • Smithsonian Institution [1.16 mi] [1.87 km]
  • S. Dillon Ripley Center [1.18 mi] [1.9 km]
  • Thomas Jefferson Building [1.23 mi] [1.99 km]
  • Grant Row [1.27 mi] [2.04 km]
  • Department of Living Animals (historical) [1.13 mi] [1.82 km]
  • National Green House (historical) [1.03 mi] [1.65 km]
  • Folger Theatre [1.29 mi] [2.07 km]
  • Folger Shakespeare Library [1.27 mi] [2.04 km]
  • U.S. Capitol Visitor Center [1.1 mi] [1.77 km]
  • United States Capitol [1.08 mi] [1.74 km]

Canal

  • Washington City Canal (historical) [1.09 mi] [1.75 km]

Cape

  • Gravel Point [2.7 mi] [4.34 km]

Church

  • North Carolina Avenue Methodist Church [1.66 mi] [2.67 km]
  • Saint Marks Episcopal Church [1.37 mi] [2.2 km]
  • Saint Monicas Episcopal Church [1.99 mi] [3.2 km]
  • Holy Comforter Catholic Church [1.95 mi] [3.14 km]

Civil

  • Burnes Discovery (historical) [1.51 mi] [2.42 km]

Hospital

  • Armory Square Hospital (historical) [1.01 mi] [1.62 km]

Locale

  • Dowsons Tavern (historical) [1.21 mi] [1.94 km]
  • Herdic Stations [1.15 mi] [1.85 km]
  • Smithsonian Metro Station [1.22 mi] [1.96 km]
  • Bloody Hill [1.17 mi] [1.89 km]
  • Watergate [2.18 mi] [3.5 km]
  • Hamburg Wharf (historical) [2.18 mi] [3.5 km]
  • Lincoln Memorial Circle [2.06 mi] [3.31 km]

Military

  • Columbia Armory (historical) [1.15 mi] [1.85 km]
  • Washington Armory (historical) [1.15 mi] [1.85 km]

Park

  • District of Columbia War Memorial [1.87 mi] [3.02 km]
  • Fort Chaplin Park [4.07 mi] [6.55 km]
  • District of Columbia World War Memorial [1.83 mi] [2.94 km]
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial [1.98 mi] [3.19 km]
  • Mary Livingston Ripley Garden [1.16 mi] [1.86 km]
  • Commodore John Paul Jones Memorial [1.62 mi] [2.61 km]
  • Arts of War Statue [2.15 mi] [3.46 km]
  • Arthur Vining Downing Statue [1.17 mi] [1.88 km]
  • Man Pushing the Door Sculpture [1.12 mi] [1.8 km]
  • The Arts of War Statue [2.14 mi] [3.45 km]
  • Andrew Jackson Downing Urn [1.16 mi] [1.86 km]
  • The Burghers of Calais Sculpture [1.12 mi] [1.8 km]
  • Arlington Bridge Equestrian Statues [2.16 mi] [3.47 km]
  • The Court of Neptune Fountain Sculpture [1.23 mi] [1.99 km]
  • Colombian Legation Building [1.15 mi] [1.86 km]
  • President James Garfield Memorial [1.08 mi] [1.74 km]
  • Torch of Learning Sculpture [1.23 mi] [1.97 km]
  • The Court of Neptune [1.23 mi] [1.97 km]
  • Professor Joseph Henry Statue [1.13 mi] [1.82 km]
  • Lincoln Memorial [2.05 mi] [3.29 km]
  • National World War II Memorial [1.6 mi] [2.58 km]
  • Union Square [1.02 mi] [1.64 km]
  • James Abram Garfield Memorial [1.04 mi] [1.67 km]
  • The Mall [1.06 mi] [1.7 km]
  • President Ulysses S Grant Memorial [1.02 mi] [1.65 km]
  • Enid A Haupt Garden [1.12 mi] [1.8 km]
  • Washington Monument [1.4 mi] [2.26 km]
  • Robert F Kennedy Memorial Stadium [2.64 mi] [4.26 km]
  • Henry Park [1.01 mi] [1.62 km]
  • East Seaton Park [0.99 mi] [1.59 km]
  • West Seaton Park [0.99 mi] [1.6 km]
  • Botanic Gardens (historical) [1 mi] [1.61 km]
  • The Arts of Peace Statue [2.11 mi] [3.39 km]
  • Jefferson Pier Marker [1.43 mi] [2.31 km]
  • East Front Fountains [1.14 mi] [1.83 km]

Populated Place

  • Greenway [3.55 mi] [5.71 km]
  • Capitol Hill [1.38 mi] [2.23 km]

Reservoir

  • Capitol Reflecting Pool [1.01 mi] [1.63 km]

School

  • Senate Page School [1.28 mi] [2.06 km]
  • SMART Program Adult Education Center [2.04 mi] [3.28 km]
  • Holy Comforter School [2.1 mi] [3.38 km]
  • Saint Cecilias High School [1.46 mi] [2.35 km]
  • Eastern Academy [1.28 mi] [2.05 km]

Stream

  • Spring Branch (historical) [2.85 mi] [4.59 km]

Summit

  • Capitol Hill [1.09 mi] [1.75 km]

Tower

  • Venilation Towers [1.17 mi] [1.89 km]

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