The Washington D.C. constituent state of the United States of America which is lying at the northwestern corner of the 48 conterminous states. It is bounded by the Canadian province of the British Columbia to the north U.S. states of Idaho to the east and Oregon to the south and the Pacific Ocean in the west. The capital is Olympia was located at the southern end of Puget Sound in the western part of the state. The state’s coastal location and the excellent harbors give it's a leading role in trade with Alaska, Canada, and countries of the Pacific Rim. The Washington D.C. cities consist with some more sister cities.
United States Capitol and Capitol Hill
Around the world as a symbol of the United States is the Capitol is the seat of the House of Representatives and also the Senate. The huge numbers of dome are based on the dome of St. Peter's in Rome and stands out above all other Washington buildings.
It was the official residence of the President of the United States. The home of the every president except George Washington it was originally built by James Hoban in 1792. After being burned down by British forces in 1814 was rebuilt in the year 1818. Tours of the interior that include the Blue, Green, East, and Red Rooms the Ballroom and the State Dining Room must be reserved well in advance through by the Congressional office or embassy in every tourist to Washington will want to see this iconic building at least from the outside.
The best-loved of all Washington's memorials, the Lincoln Memorial stands at the far end of the mall, separated from the Washington Monument by the Reflecting Pool. In its center is a 19 foot marble statue of a seated and pensive President Abraham Lincoln surrounded by 36 columns and one for each of the states that existed at the time of Lincoln's death. It is the most famous work which was designed by noted sculptor Daniel Chester French. Jules Guerin painted the murals on the inside walls, showing important events in Lincoln's life.
An iconic Washington's landmark was seen from miles in every direction. The Mount Rainier is the tallest peak in the state which is 14,410 feet. Mount Rainier National Park was Located in south of Seattle. The Mount Rainier lies at the center of its namesake national park. Two areas of particularly that are stunning interest include the Sunrise and Paradise regions of the park. The Road to Paradise is open and weather permitting, year-round and allowing the visitors to reach high elevations for hiking in summer and snowshoeing in winter.
Best times to visit Washington D.C. in the month of September to November and March to May. In the autumn season the sweltering summer is gone and taking with it is most of the high season with huge number of tourists and all the left are crisp breeze and changed and leaves which is the way to look great and against all those marble monuments. Most important to fall is spring which was also a mini high season and thanks to the National Cherry Blossom Festival in the month of late March and early April.
The Washington D.C. metropolitan area is served by 3 major international airports those are - Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), and Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI). Each has its own pros and cons that may vary depending on your specific need some offer better international routes while others have a more convenient location to the nation's capital.
Country/State: United States
Population: 7,666,343 (According to the report of the year 2019)