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The Newseum (former)
An unconventional museum occupied the lower two stories of this building, originally
At the end of 2001 the Freedom Forum announced that it would close the Newseum in March 2002 in preparation for a move to a new site and a much larger, purpose-built facility on Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Washington, D.C. As of this writing, the Rosslyn site awaits yet another reuse.
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