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International Spy Museum, Washington D.C.International Spy MuseumWashington D.C.You won&#39;t run into Jason Bourne but you will learn a thing or two about the history of spycraft. Definitely worth a look!U.S. Botanical Gardens, Washington D.C.U.S. Botanical GardensWashington D.C.The Botanical Garden was closed by the time I got to it... But I was able to take a picture of the outside of it. <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f337.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f338.png' ><img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f337.png' >Newseum, Washington D.C.NewseumWashington D.C.Part of the Berlin Wall on displayChina Town, Washington D.C.China TownWashington D.C.This thing is soo coolFarragut West Metro Station, Washington D.C.Farragut West Metro StationWashington D.C.Departing trainSmithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C.Smithsonian National Museum of Natural HistoryWashington D.C.The entrance of the Smithsonian of Natural History with the famous big elephant #smithsonian #washingtondc #dcSmithsonian National Museum of American History, Washington D.C.Smithsonian National Museum of American HistoryWashington D.C.View from the second floorWashington Monument, Washington D.C.Washington MonumentWashington D.C.The view of the White House from the top of the Washington Monument.American Indian Museum, Washington D.C.American Indian MuseumWashington D.C.No corners, the Indian spirits can not get corneredThe Capitol Building, Washington D.C.The Capitol BuildingWashington D.C.Dome ceiling paintingThe National Cathedral, Washington D.C.The National CathedralWashington D.C.Its like going back in time to the middle ages when you see this it&#39;s so lovelyUnion Station, Washington D.C.Union StationWashington D.C.The first thing I saw when I got off the AmtrakFirst Division Monument, Washington D.C.First Division MonumentWashington D.C.The First Division Monument sits on a plaza in President&#39;s Park, west of the White House. The dedication of the First Division Monument took place...National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington D.C.National Museum of African American History and CultureWashington D.C.The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is currently under construction near the Washington Monument and is...United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C.United States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashington D.C.A visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a somber, eye-opening and worthwhile experience. The exhibit is very emotional, so allow...The Old Post Office Pavilion, Washington D.C.The Old Post Office PavilionWashington D.C.Amazing buildingGeorge Mason Memorial, Washington D.C.George Mason MemorialWashington D.C.The George Mason Memorial features a one-third larger than life-sized bronze statue of Mason looking super laid back and suave. Quick George Mason...Washington Monument, Washington D.C.Washington MonumentWashington D.C.At 554 feet 7 11⁄32&quot; tall the Washington Monument dominates the DC Skyline and serves as a great landmark when navigating around the Mall.National Gallery of Art Museum, Washington D.C.National Gallery of Art MuseumWashington D.C.Just like a dreamAlbert Einstein Memorial, Washington D.C.Albert Einstein MemorialWashington D.C.The Albert Einstein Memorial on the front lawn of the National Academy of Sciences. One of our favorite gems of Washington, DC. #washington #dc...
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