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The National Register of Historic Places is an honorific list of historic buildings, structures, districts, sites and objects that are important to our local, state and/or national history. These include well-known Arlington landmarks such as the Pentagon, Key Bridge, the Cherrydale Volunteer Fire House, Fort C.F. Smith Park and the boundary markers of the original District of Columbia. To be eligible for listing, a property must meet certain criteria for age, integrity and significance.
* indicates a site that is also a Local Historic District in Arlington
Historic Preservation Home
Cynthia Liccese-Torres, Program Coordinator
2100 Clarendon Blvd., Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201