Don Baker Photography Group
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The Nation's Capital is a living city of just over 600,000 residents. It is the seat of our national government and the lobby headquarters of tens of major corporate entities who lobby members of the U.S. Congress on a myriad of issues. It is the city that Americans of all backgrounds and views, converge upon to express their right to free speech and protest.
It is also one of the most beautiful and historically preserved cities in the world, even as it changes before our eyes with its many development projects. So take this tour of some of the edifices that are both old and new, along many avenues and streets throughout this magnificent city we loving call D.C.
Longworth House Office Building
Cannon House Office Building
Pennsylvania Avenue Looking West Towards The White House
Iwo Jima Memorial In Arlington, VA
National Council of Negro Women National Headquarters
The National Gallery of Art Washington, D.C.
The Watergate Complex and The John F. Kennedy Center
The White House North Portal Entrance Pennsylvania Avenue
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