Remember to look up

Remember to look upWashington, DC has beautiful architecture, so as you roam around the city, remember to look at the buildings.  Check out both new and old structures, and especially old churches.  You may be surprised and the architectural elements that you’ll see.

By the way, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. is a Carnegie Library building.  Admission to its library and exhibits are free and open to the public.

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2 responses to “Remember to look up”

  1. philippe says:

    Washington DC has building height restrictions. You won’t see any overwhelming skyscrapers but beautiful skyline!

  2. Philippe, you are correct. However, there is at least one building (The Cairo, if I remember correctly) that was built before the restriction and which exceeds the restriction.
    Great architects have left their impact on the city; perhaps more so because the could not build overly tall buildings.

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