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    U.S. Capitol Building

    1st Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
    143 reviews

    Not necessarily my favorite thing to see in DC. It is of course worth a visit just for being the capital and for being so iconic but really it is just another government building. Unless that is really your thing I wouldn't plan to spend too much time there.

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    The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

    First Street Southeast, Washington, DC
    1 review

    The Visitor Center at the U.S. Capitol is the newest, nicest and most modern portion of the Capitol complex. This is not only where tour groups meet to peruse the Capitol grounds, the Center has a literal labyrinth of conference rooms and meeting rooms that are often open to the public. This meeting space is commonly used for press events, ...

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    J. Edgar Hoover Bldg, Washington D.C., DC 20535

    J. Edgar Hoover Bldg, Washington D.C., DC 20535
    1 review

    This is the headquarters of the FBI, and it is fairly interesting to see the center of national law enforcement. Some highlights include the confiscated firearms on display and the technological explanations of the gadgets they use.

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    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC
    1 review

    This is probably my favorite destination yet. It's beautiful! I love downtown DC the very best! and especially at night. Of course the history, which is extraordinary when you get to actually see the history.Some highlights, The White house actually brought tears to my eyes (I wasn't expecting that) Lincoln Memorial, Reflecting pool (whole area is called the mall) I've ...

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