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“Great place to take a jog, see 4th of July fireworks, join weekend pick-up games, and people watch.”
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기념물/랜드마크
“I occasionally go here at night, sit on the steps, and just observe the reflection pool along with the Washington Monument in the night sky. I honestly think the experience is better at night. There’s usually college aged adults and small groups of tourists around even at 1am. ”
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기념물/랜드마크
“I had to put this in under "Washington Monument" But this is for ALL OF DC'S MONUMENTS. They are all better at night!!! As long as the weather is nice trust me when i say visiting these sites at night is a truely beautiful site to behold. ”
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Library
“Almost every weekend the Library of Congress has free chamber music concerts! The Library often pairs their original manuscripts of music that is performed on each concert. Definitely take advantage of seeing some of the best chamber music groups in the world for the low price of FREE!”
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기념물/랜드마크
“Memorial to President Jefferson - Right on the Tidal Basin, free concerts in the summer!”
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Government Building
“The White House is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. It is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C. and has been the residence of every U.S. President since John Adams in 1800. ”
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기념물/랜드마크
“Great little island on the Potomac, you can see different parts of DC & VA from different parts of the island. Great for hiking or running! ”
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Museum
“Escape from the AC into the atrium of the National Building Museum - a good number of free exhibits but the best do require an entry fee. Several activities for kids, but get there early on weekends to avoid waiting.”
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Memorial Site
“Famous Statue of Marines raising the American Flag on Iwo Jima during WW2. Marine Parades during the summer.”
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기념물/랜드마크
“Beautifully designed walking history lesson. This is particularly beautiful and Dramatic in the evening. ”
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기념물/랜드마크
“Flanked by the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial, the beautiful World War II Memorial, complete with bronze sculptures and stone architecture, pays tribute to the Americans who served in the war, honors those who fell, and recognizes the victory of freedom over tyranny.”
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Courthouse
“Tour the Supreme Court and attend a free lecture about the building’s history and the proceedings of the court. If the court is in session (Monday–Wednesday during the months of October–April), arrive early to get a free spot to watch a case being argued.”
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기념물/랜드마크
“The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial pays tribute to the best-known leader in the civil rights movement—Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Located next to the National Mall, this beautiful stone sculpture contains a number of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s quotes engraved in the memorial. ”
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극장
“ Ford's Theatre Ford's Theatre 2016.jpg Address511 10th St, NW Washington, D.C. United States OwnerNational Park Service OperatorFord's Theatre Society TypeRegional theater Capacity665 Construction OpenedAugust 1863 Reopened1968, 2009 Website www.fords.org Ford's Theatre National Historic Site U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. National Historic Site Ford's Theatre is located in Central Washington, D.C.Ford's Theatre Show map of Central Washington, D.C. Show map of the District of Columbia Show map of the United States Show all Coordinates38°53′48″N 77°1′33″WCoordinates: 38°53′48″N 77°1′33″W Area0.29 acres (0.12 ha) (theater alone) less than one acre (entire NHS) Built1863 Architectural styleLate Victorian Visitation856,079 (2005) NRHP reference #66000034[1] Added to NRHPOctober 15, 2013[dubious – discuss] Ford's Theatre is a theater located in Washington, D.C., which opened in August 1863. It is famous for being the site of the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865. After being shot, the fatally wounded 56-year old president was carried across the street to the Petersen House, where he died the next morning. The theater was later used as a warehouse and office building, and in 1893 part of it collapsed, causing 22 deaths. It was renovated and re-opened as a theater in 1968. During the 2000s, it was renovated again, opening on February 12, 2009, in commemoration of the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth. A related Center for Education and Leadership museum experience opened February 12, 2012 next to Petersen House. The Petersen House and the theater are preserved together as Ford's Theatre National Historic Site, administered by the National Park Service; programming within the theater and the Center for Education is overseen separately by the Ford's Theatre Society”
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기념물/랜드마크
“It took ten years for the vision to become a reality in 1993. The memorial’s sculptor is Glenna Goodacre, whose work aims to convey the strength and courage of the women who served.”
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기념물/랜드마크
“This neoclassical shrine at the top of King St. is a local landmark that houses an ornate hall, museum and observation deck.”
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