Unlike residents of the 50 US states, residents of Washington, DC, have no representation in either the Senate or the House.

Washington, DC

by Eve Andersson

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The Mall

White pyramid at the National Sculpture Garden.  Capitol Building in background. The most famous part of Washington, DC, the Mall is a 2.5 mile long, grassy park along the Potomac river. Stretching from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol Building, the Mall includes the White House, Washington Monument, Maya Lin's acclaimed Vietnam Veterans Memorial, eleven of the Smithsonian Institute's museums, including the Museum of Natural History, and many other monuments, memorials, and government buildings.

White House

Thomas has been campaigning for peace near the White House since 1981.  More info: <a target=new href=http://prop1.org>prop1.org</a>. White House. Back of the White House.  Birds flying over a statue.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Squirrel.  Vietnam Veterans Memorial in the background.

Smithsonian Museums

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.  Honeypot ants. The back of the Castle.  Smithsonian Museums. The Castle.  Smithsonian Museums. Sculpture.  Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in the background.

Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial. Birds with Lincoln Memorial behind. Lincoln Memorial and airplane.

Washington Monument

Washington Monument. Washington Monument.


Tree.  Lafeyette square. National Sculpture Garden and ice skating rink. Old executive office building, across the street from the White House.

Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan is cosmopolitan neighborhood, with attractive Victorian rowhouses and lots of shops, restaurants, and bars. It's a great place to take a walk, relax at a café, or spend an evening out.

Adams Morgan.  18th Street at Belmont. Adams Morgan.  Cat chase (?) on a building at Wyoming Ave and 18th St. Duke Ellington bridge. Adams Morgan.  Madams Organ. Adams Morgan.  Victorian rowhouses.

Dupont Circle and Kalorama

This is where you'll find many of the international embassies and some great shopping and restaurants.

Kalorama.  Islamic Center. Kalorama.  Korean embassy. Kalorama Circle.  House. Dupont Circle.  Connecticut Ave. Kalorama.  Massachusetts Ave.

Eve Andersson (eve@eveandersson.com)



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