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Washington Landmarks

1. Washington Monument: A 550-foot-tall white obelisk towering over the National Mall and offering a birds-eye view of the city; free admis...
2. Capitol Hill: The area's most prominent landmark, the Capitol building, perches here; the original architect decreed that no buil...
3. Castle, The: Built in 1855, the Smithsonian Institution's first building is known as the Castle. The building houses the Institu...
4. Thomas Jefferson Building: The Thomas Jefferson Building is the oldest of the three Library of Congress buildings. Opened in 1897, the buildin...
5. Lincoln Memorial: Administered by the National Park Service, the Lincoln Memorial stands at the west end of the National Mall in Wash...
6. Ellipse, The: An interesting sculpture situated in President's Park, just south of the White House  
7. Washington Marina: The 'first class' marina built to satisfy Franklin D. Roosevelt's Presidential Order.  
8. Einstein: A statue of Albert Einstein, located outside the museum of the National Academy of Sciences. Also, a popular climbi...  
9. White House, The: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, the home of the President of the United States of America.  
10. Old Stone House: The oldest house in D.C., built in 1765 by a cabinet maker.  
11. Awakening, The: A huge aluminum sculpture of a giant clawing its way out from the underground, located on the grounds of Haines Poi...  
12. Vietnam Memorial: A national war memorial in Washington D.C. honoring those who died or disappeared in service during the Vietnam War...  
 
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