Madison Place

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Madison Place in Washington, D.C.. The Dolley Madison House can be seen on the left

Madison Place is a one-block street located in northwest Washington, D.C., across from the White House. It forms the eastern border of Lafayette Square (the northernmost part of President's Park) between Pennsylvania Avenue and H Street NW. Buildings on Madison Place include the Howard T. Markey National Courts Building, the Benjamin Ogle Tayloe House, the Cutts-Madison House, and the Treasury Building Annex. The street is part of the Lafayette Square Historic District.[1]

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Coordinates: 38°53′58.6″N 77°2′6.3″W / 38.899611°N 77.035083°W / 38.899611; -77.035083