Washington D.c

  • The White House

    The White House
    For more than 200 years, the White House has been more than just the home of the Presidents and their families its a symbol of the united states its self. It has been Through As much As this Country Has It has been burt down and rebuilt. But even through it all Its Still a inpowering symbol of the united states.
  • United States Capitol

    United States Capitol
    The Capitol is one of the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. The Senate and the House of Representatives have met there for over than two centuries. the capitol has been Through alot it has been burnt down then rebuilt, extended, and restored; today, it stands as a monument not only to its builders but also to the American people and their government and even to people from diffrent countrys
  • Washington Monument

    Washington Monument
    The Washington Monument is the most prominent structure in Washington, D.C.its one of the city's earliest attractions, It was built in honor of George Washington, who led the country to independence and then he became our first President. The Monument is shaped like an Egyptian obelisk, stands 555’ 5 1/8” tall. halfway through building it construction stop then stop for 20 years then started again and was finished in 1888
  • Lincoln Memorial

    Lincoln Memorial
    The Lincoln Memorial is dedicated to the 16th president of the united states. He freed the slaves and was a great caring president. The Lincoln Memorial attracts anyone who seeks inspiration,education and hope it is a amazing thing to look at when you see the size it, its breath taking all the white marble and how beautiful the whole memorial is.
  • Cherry Blossoms

    Cherry Blossoms
    The plantings of cherry trees occuresd in 1912 as gift of friendship to the United States of america from the people of Japan. It is an amazing site to see all the cherry blossoms by the water. it isnt a monument but a must see if you go to washington d.c.
  • Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

    Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
    The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool is the largest reflecting pool in Washington, D.C.It is a long, rectangular pool visible in many photographs of the Washington Monument. thats is ment to bring out the beauty of the the lincoln memorial. It is a breath taking site to see at night or day it brings out the beauty of everything around it.
  • Jefferson Memorial

    Jefferson Memorial
    The words of Thomas Jefferson, written more than 200 years ago, have shaped American ideals. Today, these impressive words are on the interior walls of his memorial. The Thomas Jefferson Memorial stands as a symbol of liberty and is a site for reflection and inspiration for all citizens of the United States .it's one of the most striking monuments to look at because of its sheer size, but its made more stunning because of all the cherry blossom trees that you can see.
  • Iwo Jima Memorial

    Iwo Jima Memorial
    The iwo jima mermorial is an imagine known around the world of the 6 men holding up the flag poll trying to keep it up. it ios a very touching memorial to see because of the 6 men struggling to keep hope alive by holding up there flag to give other american soldiers hope.
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Vietnam Veterans Memorial
    The Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors the men and women who served when their Nation called upon them. the design is ment to keep it simple to “allow everyone to respond and remember.” this memorial brings tears to many americans eyes when they see named of loved ones, or just how many names are on the wall period. but this is a trueley heart felt memorial that is an international symbol of greef and hope.
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial

    Korean War Veterans Memorial
    This memorial is a touching memorial that reminds you of the men and women who gave there lifes to give freedom.It features a sculptured column of 19 foot soldiers arrayed for combat, with the American flag as their symbolic objective. A 164-foot mural wall is inscribed with the words, "Freedom Is Not Free" and is etched with 2,500 photographic images of nurses, chaplains, crew chiefs, mechanics and other support. its design was after the world war 2 memorial.
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
    A newer monument but, to perhaps one of the most loved and greatest presidents that lead the united states out of the great depresion. Lawrence Halprin was selected to design the 7.5 acre site adjaceint to the Cherry Tree Walk on the western edge of the Tidal Basin. Halprin created a new sort of memorial, a sequence of four galleries. The FDR memorial is made up of waterfalls stautes and famous qoutes like His most famous quote "you have Nothing To frear but frea Its self."
  • World War II Memorial

    World War II Memorial
    The World War II Memorial honors the 16 million people who served in the armed forces of the U.S., the more than 400,000 who died, and all who supported the war effort from home. this monument is an amazing tribute to the amred forces. Where so many americans soldiers died.
  • Arlington Cemetry

    Arlington Cemetry
    The Arlington cemetery holds up to 250,000 American that died serving the United States. Millions of American come to pay respect to the Americans laid to rest here, at the 612 acre National cemetery, including Joun F. Kennedy and his family, General John Pershing, and the crew of the Challenger Space Shuttle. At the top of the hill at the Arlington National Cemetery stands Arlington House, which provides an astounding view of Washington D.C.