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American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
American landmarks and symbols
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American landmarks and symbols
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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.
  • 14. Do you know these famous American landmarks and symbols?
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