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    President's Day 2010: Pictures of Historical Landmarks

     

    Here are a few pictures I took of historical structures In D.C. 2009. President Abraham Lincoln's birthday is February 12 and President's Day is February 15, 2010. I'm going to celebrate with my Lincoln Rap Part 1 coming soon!

     

    This is a list of the photos:

     

    President Abraham Lincoln: President Abraham Lincoln's large seated sculpture inside the Lincoln Memorial. The sculptor was Daniel Chester French.

     

    The Lincoln Memorial: Outside of The Lincoln Memorial. This memorial's was first stone was placed February 12, 1914

     

    The Washington Monument: Here is a portion of The Washington Monument with the sun and one of the flags surrounding the base.

     

    The US Capitol Building: This is a night shot of The US Capitol Building. Portions of the Historic Landmark were finished in 1800, 1812 and an expansion took place in the 1850's

     

    The Washington Monument: Here is another portion of The Washington Monument with two flags from the base.

     

    The Presidential Seal: This is the presidential seal that was placed on the structure in front of The White House for Inauguration Day 2009

     

    The Whitehouse: The White House was built between 1792 and 1800 and is located on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

     

    The Bureau of Engraving and Printing: The Bureau of Engraving and Printing in a government agency that designs and produces paper currency. This agency was formed in August 1862

     

    The Jefferson Memorial: This is The Jefferson Memorial. Construction was started in 1939, and the memorial was completed in 1943

     

    The Washington Monument: Here is different portion of The Washington Monument with a few flags from the base.

     

    Photos by Greg Reese

    Information source: wikipedia

     

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