Woodland, Washington, D.C.

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Map of Washington, D.C., with Woodland highlighted in red

Woodland is a small residential and industrial neighborhood in Southeast Washington, D.C. Woodland lies in Washington's Ward 8, along the poorest and least developed of the city's wards. Like the neighborhoods around it, Woodland is almost exclusively African American.

Woodland is bounded by Ainger Place SE to the north, Alabama Avenue and Knox Place to the east, Hartford Street to the south, and Fort Stanton Park to the west.

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Coordinates: 38°55′14″N 77°03′39″W / 38.9206°N 77.0608°W / 38.9206; -77.0608