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An Unparalleled Library

20 Jan
January 20, 2011 Washington D.C. certainly has fantastic architecture. No one, though, would consider this town’s buildings to be on par with some of the greatest cities in the world. There is, however, one building in Washington that can rival any place on Earth in terms of beauty and grace.The Thomas Jefferson Building, part of the Library of Congress, is a must see for anyone that’s never been, as well as anyone who is interested in visiting one of the most elaborately ornate buildings in America. Read more [...]