The map of Washington, DC shows the city’s geographical features and geography in a more familiar way.
It shows that DC has become the place to go for everything from food to beer.
The map also shows the density of different neighborhoods, which could be important for understanding why a neighborhood is more popular in one area than another.
For example, in the Northwest neighborhood, the median number of units per household is much higher than the median of other neighborhoods.
The map also includes a look at neighborhoods where the median income is more than $150,000 per year.
For example, the average income of a high-income neighborhood in DC is more like $155,000, which is about half the income of the average household in the city.
But the map also reveals that the average family in the US has roughly the same number of kids as the average American family.
So, the trend is clear: Families in DC are far more likely to have more kids than average Americans.
In the case of the Northeast neighborhood, for example, families in the Northeast are nearly three times as likely as those in the rest of the country to have one child.
But that difference can be explained by a variety of factors, including high rates of urban sprawl and a high poverty rate.
To learn more about the geography of DC, check out the interactive map.