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Garage Important To Watergate Scandal To Be Torn Down

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Garage Important To Watergate Scandal To Be Torn Down

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The most famous building from the 1970's scandal is the Watergate building in Washington, D.C. A close second has to be the parking garage nearby, where Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward met his source "Deepthroat." But now that historical location is about to become history — it's being torn down and going condo.

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The most famous buildings from the 1970s Watergate scandal is, naturally, the Watergate here in Washington, D.C. A close second has to be the parking garage nearby, where Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward met his source, Deep Throat. But now that historical location is about to become history. It's being torn down and going condo. In the film "All the President's Men," Deep Throat tells Woodward to follow the money. Sounds like the developers are doing just that.

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