Washington D.C.

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Of course there is the White House and United States Capitol Building, but Washington D.C, is home to so much more…

When it comes to impressive buildings, Washington D.C. also offers the Lincoln Memorial, built to honor our 16th president; and the Washington Monument, commemorating George Washington.

A gift from Japan in 1912, the cherry blossoms in Washington D.C. provide visitors with a gorgeous display of pink and white blooms as they look to the sky and a soft petal carpet lining the streets…a beautiful sign that spring has arrived in our nation’s capital.

If you’re looking for mental stimulation and engaging exhibits, Washington D.C. delivers the fifth most visited museum in the world, the Smithsonian Institute’s National Air and Space Museum.

Just south of the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall, you’ll find a memorial to all those who served in the Korean War. Washington D.C. also proudly displays the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, a two-acre site showcasing a stately granite wall engraved with all the names of those we lost in the Vietnam War.

Additionally, Washington D.C. beautiful adorns itself with the graceful splendor of the oldest continual Botanical Gardens in the United States; and if it is art that sings to your soul, you’ll love the National Gallery of Art and its attached Sculpture Garden.

Window Expressions, based in Annapolis, Maryland, proudly serves Washington D.C. and the surrounding area.

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