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The Location: The Winding History of Mt. Zion Cemetery

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Kim Bender, author of the blog, "The Location," wants to nominate Mt. Zion Cemetery to the D.C. Preservation League's Most Endangered Places list.
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Kim Bender, author of the blog, "The Location," wants to nominate Mt. Zion Cemetery to the D.C. Preservation League's Most Endangered Places list.

In the debut of our new series, "The Location," blogger and history buff Kim Bender takes Rebecca Sheir to Georgetown's Mt. Zion Cemetery, a burial ground that's seen plenty of changes through the years - including multiple names... multiple owners... and multiple disinterments.

[Music: "Turn Your Face" by John Davis from Title Tracks / "Cemetery Gates" by Vitamin String Quartet from Tribute to Pantera]

Photos: Mt. Zion Cemetery

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