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Octagon House

Octagon House Washington DC

During War of 1812, Octagon house in Washington DC served as temporary residence for President James Madison, after White House was burned by British soldiers.

It's now a museum devoted to architecture and design.

Address

1799 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006

   
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