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House of the Representatives and the Senate
The seat of the House of the Representatives and the Senate, United States Capitol is recognized around the globe as a symbol of the United States. The building boasts a huge dome that is based on the dome of St. Peter's in Rome. The interior of United States Capitol is resplendent with frescos, paintings, and reliefs. The former Chamber of the House of Representatives boasts statues of leading figures.
The official resident of the President of the United States of America, the White House was originally built in 1792 by James Hoban. It was burned down by the British forces in 1814 and was rebuilt in 1818. The tour to this building must be reserved well in advance through the Congressional office of embassy. The tour of interiors of the White House includes exploring the Red, East, Green, and Blue Rooms.
well-recognized icon of the National Mall. It is a lovely sight, especially when it is mirrored in the Reflecting Pool at its foot. Visitors can see the different stages of its building by three changes in the color of its facing stones. Inside the shaft are the engraved stones from different states, foreign countries, civic groups, and individuals.
The Lincoln Memorial
The most famous of all the memorials in Washington, the Lincoln Memorial is separated from the Washington Monument by the Reflecting Pool. The center of this memorial boasts a 19-foot tall marble statue of a seated President Abraham Lincoln. This statue is surrounded by 36 columns representing each of the states that existed at the time of Abraham Lincoln's death.
The Washington Monument
The Washington Monument boasts a 555-foot white shaft that is the