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In the 1930s, Pennsylvania Avenue was already renowned as the street that connected the Capitol building and the White House. Constructed during the founding of the nation, and nicknamed the “Grand Avenue” by George Washington, the street was often ridiculed as being too wide. To keep the dust down, it was first paved with cobblestones, then wood, and then Belgian blocks before finally being paved with asphalt in 1876.
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