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Washington (D.C.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.

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View Resource Lincoln Memorial Interactive

It is hard not be moved by the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., and this engaging and interactive exhibit captures the essence of this moving tribute to the nation's 16th president. The site is divided into two areas, "Reflections" and "Memorial". In the "Reflections" area, visitors can listen and watch park rangers talk about their own memories and remembrances of this august and somber...
View Resource Unbuilt Washington

As we look across an urban landscape, sometimes we may wonder: "What might have been here?" Monuments and dramatic buildings are often part of the picture, and in a federal city, there are frequently many structures that are proposed, but never built. This exhibition from the National Building Museum "reveals the Washington that could have been by presenting architectural and urban design projects...
View Resource The Landscape Architect's Guide to Washington, D.C.

To take a trip through Washington, D.C. is altogether marvelous. To take a trip through this fair city through the eyes of expert landscape architects is even better. This fine online publication is offered to the public by the good folks at the American Society of Landscape Architects. Visitors can make their way through different neighborhoods, including the National Mall, Capitol Hill,...

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View Resource National Building Museum: Self-Guided Architecture Tours

The National Building Museum (NBM) tells stories about buildings, their design, and much more via a wonderful collection of exhibits that rotate through their headquarters in Washington, D.C. They also have a bevy of online materials for those who can't make a visit out to the District. On this corner of its site, the NBM has offered up ten different self-guided architecture tours for those folks...