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Cherry Blossoms: See Them In D.C., Or On A Stamp

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Washington, D.C.'s famed blossoms opened earlier than usual, thanks to unusually warm weather — so early, in fact, they'll be gone before the annual Cherry Blossom Festival wraps up. But a new 45-cent postage stamp captures the moment indelibly, commemorating the 100 years since Japan gifted 3,000 trees as a sign of friendship.
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