What does Presidents Day celebrate?
Presidents Day is observed on the third Monday of February.
Although many feel Presidents Day is a time to honor all former U.S. presidents, the federal holiday is actually the official observance of George Washington's birthday - Feb. 22, 1732.
To commemorate Presidents Day, the Census Bureau pulled information from its geographic database on the country's 100 most common place names, either the exact name or part of a longer name, such as "Fort Washington" or "Lincoln Park."
Also worth noting:
Although never a president, founding father Benjamin Franklin's last name was the second most common name of a place.
Mount Vernon, George Washington's home in Virginia, is tied for 110th place, with 18 places.