Think you know the White House? Take our quiz.

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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is one of the most famous addresses in the world, but how much do you really know about America's executive mansion and its presidential inhabitants? 

By , Correspondent

1. Who was the first president to reside in the White House?

The first brick was laid in the construction of the White House in October 1792, but its first residents didn’t arrive for eight more years. John and Abigail Adams were the first “first family” to live in the new presidential abode.

The first brick was laid in the construction of the White House in October 1792, but its first residents didn’t arrive for eight more years. John and Abigail Adams were the first “first family” to live in the new presidential abode.

The first brick was laid in the construction of the White House in October 1792, but its first residents didn’t arrive for eight more years. John and Abigail Adams were the first “first family” to live in the new presidential abode.

The first brick was laid in the construction of the White House in October 1792, but its first residents didn’t arrive for eight more years. John and Abigail Adams were the first “first family” to live in the new presidential abode.

George Washington

 

John Adams

 

Thomas Jefferson

 

James Madison

 
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