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President Kennedy lived in Washington, D.C. for nearly two decades and had a somewhat jaded attitude toward the city, which he said had "northern charm and southern efficiency." At the same time, he loved the city's rich history and was buried in one of his favorite spots in the world, Arlington National Cemetery.
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