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U S A U S A District of Columbia (Washington DC)
Washington - Capitol
Washington - White House
Washington – War Monument
Washington Monument & WhiteHouse
Washington - World War II Memorial
Washington - World War II & Lincoln Memorials
Washington - Lincoln Memorial
Washington - Jefferson Memorial
Korean Veterans Memorial
National Museum of American History
National Museum of African Art
Washington - Botanic Garden
Washington - Botanic Garden Conservatory
Washington - US Navy Memorial
Washington - Memorial To Women
Arlington - National Cemetery
Washington - US National Archives
Washington – Smith Castle
Washington - Holocaust Museum
Washington - Zoo
Washington - Warner Theatre
Washington - Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
Washington – National Building Museum
Washington - Kennedy Center
Washington - National Galery of Art
Washington - National Museum of the American Indian
Washington - Bank of America
Washington - Chinatown
Washington – George Mason
Washington – Lafayette Park
Washington - Pentagon
Washington - Reagan Terminal
Washington – Roosevelt Memorial
Washington – Smithsonian Museum
Washington – Watergate Hotel
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