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Washinton D.C.<br />
The White House<br />This is the White House.  President Obama lives here.<br />
This House is Big<br />There are six floors, <br />132 rooms, <br />35 bathrooms, <br />147 windows, <br />412 doors, <br ...
See the Monuments<br />Washington D.C. is full of history and has plenty of monuments to see and explore.  Here are just a...
The Capitol Building<br />Here is the United States Capitol.  This is where laws are created, passed, and revised.<br />
Lincoln Memorial<br />This is what you see on the inside.  This is a huge statue of President Lincoln.<br />This is the ou...
Washington Monument<br />This structure was built after the first president, George Washington.  It stands 555 feet high a...
Washington D.C. Offers a Lot<br />With all the exciting activities available in Washington D.C., really you’ll learn somet...
By:<br />Damián Moral<br />Juan Román<br />Germán León<br />Lito Sánchez<br />
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  1. 1. Washinton D.C.<br />
  2. 2. The White House<br />This is the White House. President Obama lives here.<br />
  3. 3. This House is Big<br />There are six floors, <br />132 rooms, <br />35 bathrooms, <br />147 windows, <br />412 doors, <br />12 chimneys, <br />8 staircases, and <br />3 elevators. <br />
  4. 4. See the Monuments<br />Washington D.C. is full of history and has plenty of monuments to see and explore. Here are just a few of the most popular sites to visit.<br />
  5. 5. The Capitol Building<br />Here is the United States Capitol. This is where laws are created, passed, and revised.<br />
  6. 6. Lincoln Memorial<br />This is what you see on the inside. This is a huge statue of President Lincoln.<br />This is the outside view of the Lincoln Memorial. It is a tribute to the 16th President.<br />
  7. 7. Washington Monument<br />This structure was built after the first president, George Washington. It stands 555 feet high and is one of the tallest monuments in the world.<br />
  8. 8. Washington D.C. Offers a Lot<br />With all the exciting activities available in Washington D.C., really you’ll learn something new.<br />
  9. 9. By:<br />Damián Moral<br />Juan Román<br />Germán León<br />Lito Sánchez<br />
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