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  • 1. American Landmarks & Symbols
  • 2. Capitol Building
    • This is where Congress meets to make laws.
    Statue of Freedom on top of Capitol Building.
  • 3. House of Representatives
    • The lower part of Congress.
    • Has 435 members based on states’ population.
    Where the H. of R. meets. It’s on the left side of the Capital Dome.
  • 4. Senate
    • The upper part of Congress.
    • Has 100 members (2 from each state)
    Where the Senate meets. It’s to the right of the Capital Dome.
  • 5. The White House
    • Where the President and his family lives.
    • Address is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.
    The front view of the White House.
  • 6. The White House
    • President works in the Oval Office.
    • All presidents except George Washington have been in White House.
  • 7. Supreme Court Building
    • Highest court in the U.S.
    • 9 Justices, including one chief justice, make up the Supreme Court.
  • 8. Supreme Court Building More images from the Supreme Court Building. Top right: Equal Justice Under Law; Top left: Supreme Court and Contemplation of Justice. Bottom Right: Contemplation of Justice; Bottom left: Authority of Law.
  • 9. Symbols American Flag . Bald Eagle. Great Seal. E pluribus unum is Latin for “out of many, one.” The Liberty Bell.
  • 10. Do you know these famous American landmarks and symbols? This is the front (left) and rear (right) view of _______________.
  • 11. Do you know these famous American landmarks and symbols? This is the front (left) and rear (right) view of INDEPENDENCE HALL .
  • 12. Do you know these famous American landmarks and symbols? This is named after one of our first presidents. It is the _____________________.
  • 13. Do you know these famous American landmarks and symbols? This is named after one of our first presidents. It is the JEFFERSON MEMORIAL.
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