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Tiber Creek was formerly a free flowing tributary of the Potomac River, that was formerly named Goose Creek. The mouth of the creek is where the Lockkeeper’s House, one of the oldest buildings in the National Mall, now lies. Nowadays, a major part of the Tiber Creek flows under the streets of Washington DC, including under Constitution Avenue.
Sights to see above the creek : The Lockkeeper’s House, Bistro Bis, National Mall
States it flows through: : District of Columbia
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