Pentagon and Washington DC

USA - DC - DC and Pentagon

Pentagon (Virginia)
View of Washington DC

USA - DC - DC and Pentagon stamps

Jefferson Memorial

USA - DC - Jefferson memorial

Jefferson Memorial

USA - DC -  WWII Memorial stampsfrom a German Postcrosser

The National Mall

USA - DC - National Mall

The National Mall

USA - DC -  WWII Memorial stampsfrom a German Postcrosser

Vietnam Memorial

USA - DC - Vietnam Memorial

Vietnam Memorial

USA - DC -  WWII Memorial stampsfrom a German Postcrosser

World War II Memorial

USA - DC -  WWII Memorial

World War II Memorial

USA - DC -  WWII Memorial stampsfrom a German Postcrosser

Firewords at the Smithsonian Castle

USA - DC - Smithsonian Castle

 

Smithsonian Castle with Fireworks

The red sandstone Smithsonian Institution Building, with its light crenelated towers, symbolizes the entire Institution to many visitors.  Popularly known as the “Castle”, this building housed all the Smithsonian’s operations when it opened in 1849.  Today, it houses the Smithsonian Institution Center.  This photo was taken during the Smithsonian’s 150th birthday party, August 10,1996.

Washington Monument

USA - DC - Washington Monument

 

Washington Monument

Lincoln Memorial

USA - DC - Lincoln Memorial Night

 

Lincoln Memorial & Arlington Memorial Bridge
Widely regarded as Washington’s most beautiful bridge, Arlington Memorial Bridge symbolically links North and South in its alignment between the Lincoln Memorial and Arlington House, Robert E Lee Memorial

USA - DC - Lincoln Memorial Night Stamps

Smithsonian Castle

USA - DC - Smithsonian castle

 

Smithsonian Castle

Cherry Blossoms and Washington Monument

Cherry Blossoms and the Washington Monument

Washington, DC

The 555 ft granite tapering shaft, capped with pure precious aluminum at its completion in 1885, majestically towers over the cherry blossom festooned tidal basin as an ever present memorial to the country’s first President.

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