Washington is the capital of the United States of America and the seat of its three branches of government, as well as the United States Federal District. The city has an unrivaled collection of free public museums and many of the country’s most treasured monuments and memorials. The views of the National Mall between the Capitol, the Washington Monument, the White House and the Lincoln Memorial are famous around the world as icons of the richest and most powerful nation in the world. Washington has shops, restaurants, and nightlife worthy of a world-class metropolis. Travelers will find the city exciting, cosmopolitan and international. Especially here, lots of government monuments have chosen for the tourist destination like this one below!
The Lincoln Memorial, in English Lincoln Memorial, is a monument built in honor of Abraham Lincoln, 16ᵉ President of the United States, and inaugurated in 1922 in West Potomac Park, in the extension of the National Mall in Washington. The construction of this monument aims to commemorate the services of Abraham Lincoln, who became the 16th President of the United States. Located across from the Washington Monument, visitors can visit the National Mall and enjoy the views of the Lincoln Memorial. Meanwhile, the Reflecting Pool is visible next to the path when it enters the building.
A magnificent classic tourist attraction is one of the exciting attractions at the Lincoln Memorial, as when you enter this area, your eyes will be spoiled by architecture whose style is full of Greek temple styles. The most not to be missed here is to take a photo near a large statue, Abraham Lincoln. The statue that adorns this building has a height of 5.8 meters and a total weight of 159 tonnes. If you want to see a very popular speech engraved, visitors can get it under the 18th floor Lincoln statue.
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Washington National Cathedral
As a secular state, the United States still maintains extraordinary spiritual activities and cultural history. Americans still have strong religious beliefs and the proof that we can see directly is the existence of the Washington National Cathedral, also called the Episcopal Cathedral. As the 6th tallest cathedral building in the world and also the second largest in America, construction of the cathedral was completed in 1990. Tourists from various countries certainly love this attraction because its architecture is so classic and charming. Lovers of architectural and cultural arts as well as religious tourism can come directly to meditate in this cathedral. The National Cathedral (officially consecrated as the “Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Washington”) is one of the most important religious buildings in the United States: by its size, it is also the sixth most vast cathedral of the world (without counting therefore the basilicas Saint Peter of Rome and Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro, which do not have the status of cathedral).