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10 Instagrams of Beloved Personal Landmarks Across America

All month long, Curbed and the National Trust for Historic Preservation have partnered on the organization's #ThisPlaceMatters campaign, which celebrates places across the U.S.—landmarked or not!—that have special significance for people from coast to coast. As you can imagine, the places spotlighted below vary: From a small former slave dwelling in South Carolina to longstanding community restaurants in San Francisco, people's passions for places in their cities (and the places they've visited and fallen in love with) run the gamut. Curbed editors have gotten in on the action, too. Check it out.



Painted Ladies of Monroe Street #dc #mtpleasant #blueskies #rowhouses #thisplacematters

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National Gallery of Art. #smdcquickmeet #thisplacematters

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#wilderstein #thisplacematters

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slave dwelling #thisplacematters #slavedwellingconference

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#ThisPlaceMatters + National Treasure on a beautiful fall morning.

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