Paddling the Potomac River

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Photograph by Richard Nowitz

Enjoying a quiet moment, two people paddle on the Potomac River under the Key Bridge.

 

Jogger on Steps of the Lincoln Memorial

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Photograph by Dan Westergren

At sunrise, a jogger reaches the top of the 56 steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

 

National World War II Memorial

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Photograph by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images

The National World War II Memorial on the National Mall attracts tourists and veterans alike.

 

Classic Carousel

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Photograph by Theo Westenberger

For Washington insiders of all ages, the Mall’s classic carousel is the place to unwind.

 

Albert Einstein Memorial

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Photograph by Theo Westenberger

Kids love to climb the Albert Einstein Memorial at the National Academy of Sciences.

 

Spring Cherry Blossoms

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Photograph by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Every spring, cherry blossoms transform much of the city into a blanket of pink.

 

Marble Fountain at Dupont Circle

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Photograph by Theo Westenberger

The marble fountain at Dupont Circle, dedicated in 1921, is a popular gathering spot.

 

Red Panda at the National Zoo

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Photograph by Jim Young/Reuters

A young visitor gets a closer look at a red panda on the National Zoo’s Asia Trail.

 

White House Segway Tour

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Photograph by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Who needs tour buses? Rented Segways take tourists to attractions such as the White House.

 

Dancers at Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian

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Photograph by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Native American dancers perform at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.

 

This feature is adopted from National Geographic.



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