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الثلاثاء، 28 يونيو، 2011

Tourism in Washington / USA

Is the capital of the United States of America, symbolizing the letters to the DC District of Columbia or the District of Columbia, the federal sector (federal) under the authority of the federal government directly and not of any of the states. Has been named Washington named after George Washington's military commander of the American Revolution and first president of the United States.
 
It is common to refer to the city to DC, the District or only "and Washington." Historically, the city was called the Federal City or Washington. In order to avoid confusion between them and the state of Washington which is located far away from her just north of the western United States on the coast of the Pacific, while Washington DC is located east on the border between the states of Maryland and Virginia

 Comes the White House and the Capitol at the head of the most important features of the province, and packed the capital landmarks many tourist, such as a building Print securities instrument currency, and memorials to presidents Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt, and there are a lot of libraries like the Library of Congress, and management of national documents and archives, which contain the original Declaration of Independence.

  There are several famous museums such as the Smithsonian Museums Smith, Smithsonian, which includes the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of American History, the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of postage stamps. And other attractions in the city of Washington, the Cathedral of St. Matthew, and Ford's Theatre, and the old Post Office, Capitol Hill neighborhood, and the Folger Shakespeare Library, which includes the largest collection of books by the English novelist and poet William Shakespeare