For over fifty years, the tower-and-dome façade of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the largest Roman Catholic church in North America, has been the defining icon of DC's Brookland neighborhood.
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While that remains the case, a new symbol is stealing the show: giant white letters painted on the eastern face of the Brookland Works building, stretching almost two floors high, that spell out the neighborhood’s name for all to see. The Catholic University is so integral to the Brookland neighborhood. Many students (and residents) consider the campus to be a part of the neighborhood, as well as the adjoining University Heights area. Brookland is bounded on the south by Rhode Island Avenue, on the east by the diagonal slant of South Dakota Avenue, and to the north by Michigan Avenue. Brookland’s western border runs along the Metro tracks and the Metropolitan Branch Trail. Depending on whom you speak to, however, these borders are somewhat porous.

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