Photo Essay: The Georgetown harbor continuing to rebuild after last year’s flood.

The Georgetown harbor in Washington, D.C. after last year's flood.

Last year, the harbor of Georgetown in Washington, D.C. suffered a great catastrophe after its restaurants, bars, fountains and other attractions were destroyed by flood waters. However, almost a year to the date of the flood, and round the clock reconstruction, the harbor is now showing signs of opening once again. While many of the restaurants just above the harbor’s inlet are open to the public and thriving, the ones most affected by the flood are still in reconstructive stages.

Many business owners have stressed the amount of loss they have taken due to the flood damage, but are now hopeful to reopen before the summer is in full effect.


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