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Statues in Washington
Lincoln Memorial
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In a magnificent monument. You will find at this memorial, the huge statue of President Lincoln Looking directly to the Capitol bu
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United States Capitol
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The Capital Building is the heart of US government. This building houses the Senate, the House of Representatives, the Supreme Cou
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Washington Monument
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As you can see, this was the monument in March, my dream was to sit on the stairs and think (as Lincoln did) for a moment, gazing
Cemeteries in Washington
Arlington National Cemetery
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Arlington National Cemetery is a military cemetery on the grounds of the home of Robert E. Lee near the Potomac River and near the
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The White House
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The recently opened new residence of President Barack Obama, or rather his work place, hahahaha. Although we didn´t, you are allow
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Jefferson Memorial
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The Jefferson Memorial, to be honest, was the one I liked best of all the monuments in the area. It's beautiful.
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Supreme Court
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Nestled in the heart of Capitol Hill at 1 First Street, the building of the Supreme Court of the United States is well worth a vis
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Old Post Office Pavilion
On Pennsylvania Avenue in the District of Colombia, Old Post Office clock tower is one of the main attractions of the city. And fo
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National World War II Memorial
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This is a memorial to those who served and died in the Second World War. President George W Bush inaugurated it in 2004. Friedrich
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US Marine Corps War Memorial
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This is a monument commemorating the Second World War that represents the planting of the America flag at the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Embassies in Washington
Embassy of China in Washington, D.C.
The new Chinese Embassy in Washington DC was inaugurated in the month of July, 2008. Designed by the Chinese American architect IM
Statues in Washington
Albert Einstein Memorial
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I stumbled upon this monument almost by chance while trying to escape the rain. It's a huge, 4-tonne bronze statue showing the gre
Bus Stations in Washington
Union Station Bus Terminal
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Greyhound Buses are the most popular means of transportation for short trips within the United States and Canada for those without
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Reflecting Pool
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Washington DC is a city built to impress visitors. Designed to show the world the power and majesty of the United States, the city
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Union Station
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Located in the heart of Capitol Hill in eastern Washington DC, Union Station is the largest station in the American capital and un
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
More than just a historical monument or the seat of any single administration of the federal capital, the seat of the Federal Bure
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The Old Stonehouse
Nestled in the heart of the small neighborhood of Georgetown, a popular place for many European expats living in Washington, the O
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial
On the 48th Anniversary of the March on Washington led by Dr. King, this monument was revealed. When walking around Washington DC,
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