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Washington D.C. is not only the capital of the United States, but a huge cultural and educational center with a plethora of embassies, monuments, museums, and more.

Washington, D.C., Visitors Guide

Washington D.C., the nation’s capital, is positioned between Maryland and Virginia on the beautiful Potomac River. Home to iconic landmarks such as the White House, the Supreme Court, and all three branches of the federal government, Washington D.C. is full of incredible American history and government.

Needless to say, visiting Washington D.C. is perfect for history buffs and those interested in our country’s past, present, and future. It’s not just about history, government, and politics, however, as D.C. is also known for their fabulous food scene, delicious drinks, incredible wildlife, and tons of attractions, activities, and things to do.

What is Washington Known for

United States Capitol and Capitol Hill, The White House, Lincoln Memorial, The Smithsonian, The Washington Monument, Arlington National Cemetery, the National Archives, Historic Georgetown, the Pentagon, Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin, The National Air and Space Museum, Cherry Blossom Festival

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