Washington D.C. Memorials & Attractions

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Can you name these historical or political memorials & attractions in Washington D.C. or nearby areas?

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This monument is the tallest structure (other than radio towers) in the city and is a memorial to the first president of the U.S.
It's at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Recently unveiled to the public, this memorial is dedicated to a great civil rights leader.
This agency of the Justice Department is headquartered in the J. Edgar Hoover Building.
The prominent feature of this war memorial is a wall with a polished black granite fa├žade, inscribed with thousands of names.
This memorial is dedicated to the president who led the country through the Great Depression and World War II.
This is largest library in the country.
This final resting place for many who served in the military, was established during the Civil War, and is across the Potomac River, in Virginia
This memorial is dedicated to those who served and died in a war which lasted from 1950 to 1953 in northern Asia.
This facility, named for a president, contains an opera house, concert hall, theaters, restaurants, and a library.
The Legislative Branch of government convenes here.
Former Virginia home and estate of the first president of the U.S.
The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution can be found here.
This president memorial is a circular stone structure that sits on the south shore of the Tidal Basin.
This museum is dedicated to the millions who were persecuted and annihilated between 1933 and 1945.
This collaboration of several different museums throughout the city contains over 100 million eclectic objects, artworks and specimens.
This memorial, located at the east end of the reflecting pool, opened April 29, 2004 and is dedicated to those who died and served in this war.
The Department of Defense is headquartered here.
The highest body within the nation's judicial system convenes at this building.
At this facility, people can observe how paper money is made and processed.
Drive south to Charlottesville, Virginia and visit this former estate and home of the third U.S. president.
This memorial has the Gettysburg Address inscribed within its walls.

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