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Lugares emblemáticos en Arlington

Memorial Site
“Off of the Rosslyn metro rail, this memorial is right next to the Netherlands Carillon and Arlington Cemetery, which includes the former home of Robert E. Lee. The view over the Potomac River is a picture post card of the National Mall. This area is a must see for tourists in Arlington, VA.”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“Everyone goes to see the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial but most people miss the gorgeous and haunting Korean War Memorial. ”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“The Einstein statue is my favorite sightseeing stop in DC. It's fun for kids to climb on the statue. It's just across the street from the Washington Monument, so be sure to check it out when visiting DC. ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool is the largest of the many reflecting pools in Washington, D.C., United States.”
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Parque
“Explore Dupont Circle and you’ll discover dozens of bistros, bars, boutiques and museums, as well as the vibrant stretch along 17th Street famed for its gay-owned businesses. Every day of the year, laid-back locals and savvy visitors flock to the Dupont Circle fountain to read, people-watch and meet up with others. We highly recommend getting in some time there, too.”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“This is where Justin proposed to me! It has the best views of the National Monuments, and you'll have them all to yourselves. Bring a picnic and enjoy the views! ”
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Galería de arte
“There is no other space like it in the District. T he Dupont Underground comprises 15,000 sq.ft. of repurposed infrastructural space. What does that mean, you ask? It lies beneath Dupont Circle. Opened in 1949 as a trolley station, 15,000 sq.ft. of underground platforms and tunnels were closed off in 1962, when the city’s streetcar system shut down. Other than designation as fallout shelter in the late 1960s and hosting a short-lived food court on the west platform in the mid-1990s, the space has remained empty. Until now. ”
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Parque
“Historic. Great place to go running or just have a picnic. Located really close to TC Williams Highschool and King Street. ”
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Tourist Information Center
“The C & O canal tow path has been converted into a 180 miles bike path from Georgetown to Cumberland, MD. Great for biking without cars along the lovely Potomac River.”
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Sitio histórico
“ Small garden and museum, a small secret gem for a quick walk or reading spot.”
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Sitio histórico
“Another local historic house museum. These can sometimes be overlooked when there are so many large museums, but they shouldn't be!”
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Mirador
“Get those demon carbs out of your body and run up all 75 of the super-steep infamous Exorcist steps at the corner of 36th and Prospect streets. The steps had their moment of fame as the spot where Father Karras tumbled to his demise in the in the cult horror classic The Exorcist. Locals flock to the steps to get their sweat on, so you’ll be in good company.”
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Parque
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Parque
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