Opinion | Spread museums around DC

Such a spread would have given the city a greater sense of habitation; although at its founding it was little more than a village. The idea of ​​filling the National Mall with museums and monuments has been groundbreaking for good planning. Everyone wants to have a website on the Mall, and who can blame them now? As it is, the National Capital Planning Commission has to fight against sometimes strong political pressure to resist this (fun in the waking hours) and then struggle with the inevitable design problems of meeting proposals for sometimes awkward places. In the present two cases, that would be the condition.

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