Washington (DC) attractions
The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the heart of Washington, DC. North of Lafayette Square, south of Elvis Park, and the towering Washington monument, is the president and government office for the first family members to live.
Jefferson Memorial to commemorate the third president of the United States Thomas Jefferson built, memorial Hall by Jefferson favorite Roman Pantheon-style dome architectural design, every year in April, memorial hall next to the cherry blossom, accompanied by the lake memorial Reflection, the scenery is very beautiful.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial The monument consists of a 500-foot V-shaped monument made of black granite to commemorate US soldiers and generals who died during the Vietnam War.
Korean War Veterans Memorial The Korean War Memorial is intended to ensure that Americans never forget the war known as the “forgotten war”. The monument commended the American soldiers who lost their lives in the conflict between 1950 and 1953.
Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 16th president of the United States Abraham Lincoln built. The Greek-shaped Pelton temple in Athens, surrounded by 36 white marble pillars, symbolizes Lincoln’s 36 federal states at the time of being appointed as the eternal statue of the United States and the Washington City logo.Potomac River Cruise to watch iconic buildings such as Kennedy Center, Watergate, Washington Monument, US Capitol, Jefferson Memorial. The Washington Cruise is a great way to relax and enjoy the city.