Folger Shakespeare Library

The Folger Shakespeare Library is an independent research library on Capitol Hill in , in the United States. It has the world's largest collection of the printed works of William Shakespeare, and is a primary repository for rare materials from the early modern period.

Notable Places in the Area

The John Adams Building is the second oldest of the four buildings of the of the . is situated 330 feet south of Folger Shakespeare Library. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

St. Mark's Episcopal Church, also known as St. Mark's, Capitol Hill, is a historic Episcopal church located at 3rd and A Streets, Southeast in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of . is situated 490 feet southeast of Folger Shakespeare Library. Photo: IFCAR, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Work of art
is a group of bronze sculptures made by Roland Hinton Perry in 1897–98. may have assisted in their manufacture. is situated 890 feet west of Folger Shakespeare Library. Photo: Daderot, Public domain.

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is a venerable neighborhood just east of the Capitol building, best known as the main residence in the city for the legislative and judicial branches of the U.S. government, and for the staffers who run the place. Photo: Diliff, CC BY-SA 2.5.

"NoMa" is a moniker for the area North of Massachusetts Avenue located north and east of Union Station in , . is situated 1 mile north of Folger Shakespeare Library. Photo: AgnosticPreachersKid, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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