Washington D.C. True or False?

Guess whether these statements about Washington D.C. are true or false.
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Last updated: January 30, 2021
First submittedJanuary 30, 2021
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1. D.C. stands for District of Columbia.
True
False
2. Every President has lived in the White House at one point.
True
False
George Washington never lived in the White House.
3. Washington D.C. gets more average annual rainfall than Washington State.
True
False
4. The NFL Washington Football Team has always been based in D.C.
True
False
They were initially known as the Boston Braves before they changed their name to the Redskins.
5. Marvin Gaye, Dave Grohl, and Samuel L. Jackson were all born in D.C.
True
False
Dave Grohl was born in Ohio
6. The city's famous cherry trees were gifts from Japan.
True
False
7. There's a crypt under the Capitol Building that was made for George Washington.
True
False
He's not actually buried there, though.
8. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
True
False
9. D.C. borders Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.
True
False
It does not border West Virginia.
10. Muriel Bowser is the mayor of D.C.
True
False
11. Over 40% of the population is African-American.
True
False
12. The city of D.C. was burned in the Civil War.
True
False
It was burned in the War of 1812.
13. The National Cathedral has a Darth Vader head as a gargoyle.
True
False
14. D.C. borders more than one river.
True
False
It borders both the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers.
15. D.C. citizens pay no federal or state taxes.
True
False
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