Washington D.C. (District of Columbia) , popularly known as DC, is a very attractive tourist destination both for Americans and for foreign visitors. It is the seat of power in the United States and is home to the US President at the White House. Washington D.C. also is home to all three branches of the US government, namely the Congress, the President and the Supreme court. The city also has the Smithsonian, the Arlington Cemetery and its several historic national monuments all of them in close proximity to the national mall. Thanks to the over 175 foreign embassies, the world bank and several renowned universities which are part of the city, Washington D.C. has a very cosmopolitan populace with restaurants and eateries catering to very palate.
At its center 19-foot marble statue of a seated and pensive President Lincoln surrounded by 36 columns, one for each states existed at the time of Lincoln's death.
The 555-foot white shaft of the Monument is a familiar icon of National Mall, a beautiful sight, especially when mirrored in the long Reflecting Pool at its foot.
It consists nearly 2,000 different animals, birds, and reptiles live in habitats replicating as closely as possible their natural environments.
The design for the domed white memorial to Thomas Jefferson, the third US president, is based on the Roman Pantheon, its low dome supported by 54 Ionic columns.
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