From its source in West Virginia to where it empties out in Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River is an area rich in American history, so much that’s often called "the Nation’s River." George Washington, the first President of the United ... 

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Wife and kids on the lawn at Mt. Vernon

August 2013

Wife and kids on the lawn at Mr. Vernon

Potomac River view

May 2011

Anonymous

Anonymous

The Lincoln Memorial, Memorial Bridge and Washington Monument viewed from across the Potomac River

DC Ducks

July 2010

Scott H
United Kingdom

Plane landing a Washington National. For once airports were exciting.

The White House

November 2014

The White House

Martin Luther King Memorial

November 2014

Martin Luther King Memorial

WWII Memorial

November 2014

Picture of WWII Memorial

The Pentagon Building

October 2014

Lunch was served on a boat ride on the Potomac. At the end of the river is the Pentagon building.

USMC Memorial

October 2014

The USMC Iwo Jima Memorial

The Korean War Memorial

October 2014

The Korean War Memorial was one of the most interesting sites. It is 19 statues reflecting off a mirror image making it appear to be 38 soldiers. They represent the 38th parallel.

Martin Luther King Memorial

October 2014

Part of the Martin Luther King Memorial.

The Jefferson Memorial

October 2014

The Jefferson Memorial from across the lake near the M L King Memorial.

The Washington Monument

October 2014

View of the Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial.

The Lincoln Memorial

October 2014

This was definitely one of the site I was most interested in seeing.

The White House

October 2014

Outside the White House

Capital Dome

October 2014

Draping of dome being refurbished.

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