Architecture Walking Tour in Penn Quarter: The Designs of Adolph Cluss
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This was a very enjoyable short (2-hour) walking tour of some of the few remaining buildings of architect Adolf Cluss. The two leaders were knowledgeable, articulate, and gave interesting presentations. They played well off each other. I learned a lot. It was my first walk with Washington Walks and I definitely will take others. Highly recommended.