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DC Landmarks

Millions flood to which city on the Potomac River each year to visit world-class museums, memorials, and in spring, the cherry blossoms and an occasional politician. Which city is it?
Washington, D.C.
Boston
New York City
Los Angeles
Which home, the most famous in the country, was burned by the British during the War of 1812?
White House
Capitol Building
Dumbarton House
Tudor Place
Which large outdoor space is home to memorials and over a dozen museums, including the Air and Space Museum, the National Gallery of Art, and the National History Museum?
The National Mall
Renwick Hall
Rock Creek Park
Tidal Basin
Which 555-foot-tall monument, which took decades to build, is the tallest structure in DC by law?
Washington Monument
Lincoln Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Old Post Office Tower
Although George Washington laid the first stone of which important home to Congress, the famous dome wasn’t added until the 1850s?
Capitol Building
Old Post Office Tower
Jefferson Memorial
White House
Which war memorial, designed by architect Maya Lin, contains the name of 58,318 servicemen and women who died during the war?
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
World War II Memorial
Korean War Veterans Memorial
FDR Memorial
Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of which memorial on the National Mall?
Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument
Jefferson Memorial
FDR Memorial
Over a half million visitors travel to which Washington, D.C. location every year, the site of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination in 1865?
Ford’s Theater
Old Post Office Building
Capitol Building
Arlington House
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