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Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. test
Washington Monument
This monument is commonly known to almost everyone. It is also 555 feet tall.
White House
This is the place where the U.S. president lives and works. It was also shown in the movie National Treasure 2, in which they showed the Oval Office with the Resolute desk.
Jefferson Memorial
Memorial dedicated to an American Founding Father and the third president of the United States.
Lincoln Memorial
This is a memorial dedicated to the 16th president. This was also shown in Night of the Museum 2 when all of the exhibits were coming to life.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
What memorial was made to dedicate U.S. service members in a war that lasted from 1955 to 1975!
FDR Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to a famous president's era and was dedicated by President Bill Clinton.
Marine War Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to all of people who died defending there country since 1775.
National Air & Space museum
This museum holds the largest collection of historic aircraft and spacecraft in the world.
Lafayette Park
This place has been used for several things, such as a racetrack, graveyard, zoo, slave market, and an encampment for soldiers during the War of 1812.
Holocaust Memorial Museum
This place represents the deaths of millions of a religious group. Established by President Jimmy Carter on November 1, 1978.
National Archives
This place contains most of the documents containing government and historical records. It was shown in the movie called National Treasure.
Korean War Veterans Memorial
This place commemorates for people who served in the war that started in 1950-1953.
Old Town Alexandria
The oldest city, made in 1749, and is a historic district. It is know for its historic town houses, art galleries, antique shops, and restaurants.
George Washington's Mount Vernon
This was the plantation home of the first President of the United States. It was built of wood in neoclassical Georgian architectural style, and is an estate located on the banks of the Potomac River.
Arlington National Cemetery
Is a military cemetery in the United States of America, established during the American Civil War. It is directly across the Potomac River from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
U.S. Capital Visitor Center
This place is used for a gathering points for tourists and for an expansion space for the US Congress.
Reflecting Pool
This is the largest of Washington D.C.'s reflecting pool. Located directly east of the Lincoln Memorial. Mostly seen with the Washington Monument.
Smithsonian Institution
This is a research and educational institute and is the basically the main part for the museums.
National Museum of Natural HIstory
It has collections of over 500 million specimens of plants, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites, and human cultural artifacts.