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Official residence of the Vice President
1 Observatory Circle
Washington National Cathedral (0.67 mi / 1.07 km)
Real World DC House (1.28 mi / 2.06 km)
Sidwell Friends School (1.29 mi / 2.08 km)
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial (1.69 mi / 2.72 km)
The Watergate Hotel (1.72 mi / 2.76 km)
Watergate (Deep Throat) Secret Garage (1.82 mi / 2.93 km)
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (1.89 mi / 3.04 km)
Ray's Hell-Burger (2.00 mi / 3.22 km)
Iwo Jima Memorial (2.17 mi / 3.49 km)
The Hay-Adams Hotel (2.18 mi / 3.50 km)
From: tragickingdomIt's blurred out!
Fri Mar 16 04:13:50 -0700 2007
From: pete592As of typing this, you can still see it at Wikipedia and Yahoo Maps:
Fri Mar 16 14:06:23 -0700 2007
From: herzNo more blurred out image. The new Vice President can now see his house on the Google Maps!!!
Mon Jan 26 06:25:02 -0800 2009
From: Ravendark54Would you be shocked to learn that VP Dick made that happen?
Mon Jan 26 06:46:56 -0800 2009
Mon Jan 26 12:50:22 -0800 2009
It appears that it might have just been a coincidence that Google got new imagery just about the time of the inauguration. Funny how stuff works like that sometimes. And it looks like it was the USGS, not the previous administration that pixeled the image in the first place.