DC Historic Sites and Buildings add to the many monuments and museums
in the great number of things to see in the Washington DC. They
include the historic buildings and sites below world's most which are
among the most famous places and landmarks in the world.
The most prominant landmark buildings are
located downtown and include, the
Library of Congress,
The White House,
United States Capitol,
United States Supreme Court
and Ford's Theatre and Lincoln Museum.
Other landmarks in the District include; the
National Shrine Of The Immaculate Conception,
Old Post Office, and
the Washington National Cathedral.
The city features many parks and open spaces
such as the
Memorial Reflecting Pool,
The Tidal Basin
Rock Creek Park.
The Pentagon is
located across the Potomac in Arlington,
Virginia. Also in Northern Virginia,
Old Town Alexandria
features numerous landmark
and historic buildings including,
Carlyle House, Christ Church,
Ramsey House (Alexandria Visitors
Theodore Roosevelt Island,
Lee-Fendall House, Lloyd House Alexandria Library,
Torpedo Factory Art Center.
Down the George Washington
Memorial Parkway from Old Town Alexandria is
Mount Vernon the
Estate of George Washington.
Near Mount Vernon several
other historic sites are located including;
Gunston Hall Plantation,
Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope Leighey x House
in Nortern Virginia are the Sully
and Manassas National Battlefield.