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July 30, 2022

Today Architectural Digest takes you to Washington, D.C. for a walking tour of Georgetown with architect Nicholas Potts, highlighting historical architectural details hidden in plain sight. Georgetown's founding predates that of Washington, D.C. and it wasn't incorporated into the nation's capital until the 19th century. Nick demonstrates how vestiges of Georgetown's origins remain to this day, explaining how the neighborhood has retained its distinctive feel.

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Director: Lisa Romagnoli
Director of Photography: Eric Bugash
Editor: Misa Qu
Talent: Nick Potts
Producer: Vara Reese
Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi
Associate Producer: Brandon Fuhr, Dimitri Lazarashvili
Production Manager: Melissa Heber
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila, Julie Suronen
Audio: Robert Wiley, Sean Paulson
Production Assistant: Andrew Sanchez , David Bittner, Carlo Betia
Covid Compliance Officer: Tosha Potter, Diakeim lyles
Post Production Supervisor: Nick Ascanio, Alexa Deutsch
Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant
Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen
Assistant Editor: JC Scruggs
Graphics Supervisor: Ross Rackin
Graphics: Brady Jackson

Archives Credits:
- P402, Collection of the Newport Historical Society:
- Tudor Place:
- Villas and Cottages:

Special Thanks:
- Collection of the Newport Historical Society
- DC Gardens
- Getty
- Wikipedia
- Creative Commons
- Tudor Place
- Internet Archive

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