Washington, D.C. Landmarks

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Though only 68 square miles, Washington, D.C. contains enough recognizable buildings and landmarks to fill an entire country. The capital city of the United States, the District of Columbia is not only a place of business for the federal government but a shrine to the country’s history and accomplishments.

Two of the most famous buildings in Washington, featured in the beginning of this eScapes video, are the U.S. Capitol Building and the White House. These structures are symbols of the city, current politics, and the entire United States.

The National Mall hosts a collection of monuments and memorials to past presidents, events, ideas, and veterans. Seen in this sample video are the famous Vietnam Veterans Memorial, completed in 1982, and the Korean War Veterans Memorial, dedicated in 1995.

Ronny Smith is a smooth jazz guitarist who demonstrates eclectic jazz techniques and a diverse mix of styles, including bossa-flavored grooves, funky jams, and smooth ballads. He has released albums since 2001.


Official Tourism Site of Washington, D.C.
United States Capitol
The White House
Ronny Smith at CDBaby.com

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