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Potomac River
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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 States, was born along the river, and all of Washington, D.C., the nation's capital city, lies within the watershed. In Washington D.C., the West and East Potomac parks, both downtown and divided by the Tidal Basin, are pleasant, green, cherry-blossomed lined spaces, lovely for walking, picnics, and fishing. West Potomac Park is home to the Constitution Gardens; the Vietnam, Korean, Lincoln, Jefferson, World War II, and FDR memorials; a small island where ducks live; and the Reflecting Pool. East Potomac Park is more of recreational spot, with picnic grounds, tennis courts, three golf courses, a large swimming pool, and biking and hiking paths. Across the river is Arlington National Cemetery.
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Lincoln Memorial
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もし、ナショナルモールを散策していて雷雨にあった場合は、リンカーン記念堂に逃れることは地元の人は誰でも知っています。7月4日の独立記念日には、毎年と言っていいほど雷雨があると言われ、巨大なリンカーン大統領の坐像の下で雷雨が止むまで雨宿りすることができます。

ナショナルモールの西端に佇む荘厳なリンカーン記念堂は必見の価値があります。ギリシャ神殿を思わせるその美しい白大理石の建物は、ワシントンD.C.のシンボル的存在となっています。巨大なリンカーン大統領の威厳ある眼差しは印象的で、後ろの壁にはリンカーン大統領の有名な宣言が彫られています。リンカーン記念堂の前方にある、全長600メートルの人工池であるリフレクティングプールとワシントン記念堂も有名です。 リンカーン記念堂の階段は、マーティン・ルーサー・キング・ジュニアが「I Have A Dream(私には夢がある)」の歴史的に有名な演説を行った場所です。現在は、観光客や恋人たちが集い、抗議者が集まる場所となっており、ハリウッド映画のロケ地としても使用されました。

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Thomas Jefferson Memorial
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Set on the south bank of the Tidal Basin amid the cherry trees, the memorial honors the third president of the United States, political philosopher, drafter of the Declaration of Independence and founder of the University of Virginia -- Thomas Jefferson. Designed by John Russell Pope to resemble Jefferson's library, the columned rotunda of the Jefferson Memorial is similar in style to the Pantheon in Rome.

On the Tidal Basin side, a sculptural group above the entrance depicts Jefferson with Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, and Robert Livingston, all of whom worked on drafting the Declaration of Independence. Inside the domed interior is a 19ft (6m) bronze likeness of Jefferson; excerpts from Jefferson's writings are etched into the walls. Come visit in late March or early April, when the cherry trees blossoms are blazing pink.

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Tidal Basin
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This man-made reservoir located in West Potomac Park offers some of the most extraordinary views of Washington, D.C.’s most spectacular sites. Whether visitors wander its parameter or hire paddleboats and cruise out into its waters, they will surely be treated to a picture-perfect look at the Jefferson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr. and George Mason Memorials. Close proximity to the National Mall, Washington Monument and all of the top museums make if the perfect place to spend an afternoon wandering, biking and exploring in D.C.

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FBI Headquarters
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The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building, also known as the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Headquarters, is the brain of the FBI’s activities around the world. The building, named after Hoover, who was the first FBI director, is located downtown in Washington DC, within walking distance of many other popular attractions. It also has a unique history, including a story that the famous FBI crime laboratory may have also been used as a smoking lounge.

The FBI has multiple locations, each of which handles various parts of the organization. The headquarters centralizes and coordinates activities at the highest levels. It serves as a hub for intelligence and information gathering. It’s also the location that takes the lead for the FBI during times of crisis or emergency.

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Old Stone House
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Widely recognized as the oldest building in Washington, D.C., the historic Old Stone House was built in 1765 and has remained relatively unchanged since its construction. Today, a knowledgeable park ranger meets visitors as they enter the building and shares the colorful history of the capital city’s oldest structure. Travelers can take an informal tour through Old Stone House and explore the kitchen, bedrooms and parlor, which are decked out in traditional 18th century style. This unique attraction offers a peek into the daily life of early Americans that’s unlike anywhere else. The Colonial Revival Garden, located behind the house, is a popular destination for weddings, afternoon picnics, and quiet escapes from city chaos.

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Georgetown University
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Lush green streets and idyllic Victorian houses are just part of what lends the Georgetown neighborhood of D.C. its classic east coast charm. And while there’s plenty to see in this trendy part of town, it’s the well-known Georgetown University that’s the real star of the show.

Founded in 1789, Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit institution in America. This elite college of higher learning is home to the famous Hoyas, as well as some of the best examples of Romanesque revival style architecture on the East Coast. Approximately 7,000 undergraduates and 10,000 post-graduate students attend Georgetown University, and notable alumni include former president Bill Clinton. The school has four distinct university campuses, which include the Law Center, the undergraduate campus, the Medical Center, and the School of Continuing Studies, located in Chinatown.

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International Spy Museum
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ジェームス・ボンドに憧れたことのある方は必見。今話題の国際スパイ博物館はアメリカ合衆国の首都、ワシントンDCにあります。派手で少々やりすぎ感はありますが、来場者が楽しめるような工夫が至る所に凝らされている参加型の博物館です。ハイテク器具や実際に起こった有名なスパイの事件、極秘メソッドや私生活におけるスパイの知られざる苦悩などを、楽しみながら学べるようになっています。
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Petersen House
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Built in 1849 by William A. Petersen, this historic home located in northwest Washington, D.C. gained its place in history back in 1865, when President Abraham Lincoln died inside its doors after being shot at the Ford’s Theatre the night before. Today, American history buffs can explore the historic museum maintained by the National Park Service and get up close with one of the most notorious moments in our nation’s history.

Visitors can check out a recreation of the scene of Lincoln’s death, which includes replicas of his bed and the bloodstained pillow he slept on. Travelers say that while the Petersen Boarding House is definitely worth a visit, tourists should check it out in conjunction with the Ford Theatre for a complete look at its historical context.

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Japanese American Memorial
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This moving monument that features a bronze sculpture of two Japanese cranes trapped in barbed wire pays homage to the Japanese Americans, veterans and those who were kept in internment camps after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Visitors will find a massive granite wall with names of the 10 camps where more than 120,000 people were held captive on American soil, as well as three panels covered in names honoring Japanese Americans who died while fighting World War II. There are also dozens of quotes from Japanese American writers gracing the unique memorial.

Travelers say this small gem, hidden among more epic D.C. structures is a sad but moving memorial that serves as a reminder of the horrors of war, the ugliness of humanity and the power of the human spirit to overcome even the most difficult adversities.

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St. John’s Church

St. John’s Church

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This historic Episcopal church, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was designed by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, the British-born architect of the U.S. Capitol Building. Called the “Church of the Presidents” for having hosted every president since James Madison in its pews, this Neoclassical place of worship was the second structure built on Lafayette Square – after the White House.

Completed in 1816, St. John’s features dozens of intricate stained-glass windows, as well as a wooden steeple with an almost-1,000-pound bell cast by Paul Revere's son, Joseph, at his Boston foundry in 1822; reminiscent of Revere’s bell during the American Revolution, St. John’s bell once served as an alarm for the surrounding neighborhoods.

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Octagon House

Octagon House

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One of the first homes ever built in the Nation’s Capital, the historic Federal-style Octagon House was designed in 1799 by William Thornton (initial architect of the U.S. Capitol Building) for wealthy Virginia landowner Colonel John Tayloe III. During the War of 1812, Tayloe volunteered the house as a French embassy in order to save it from destruction, and two years later, when the White House was set ablaze by the British, he offered it to President James Madison as a temporary executive mansion. Madison used a second-floor room of the house as his study, and it was here that he signed the 1815 peace treaty that ended the war with England.

Madison and his wife, Dolley, moved back into the White House in 1817, and Tayloe and his family lived on at Octagon House until 1855. Later used as a Union hospital in the Civil War, the building had fallen into decay by 1899, when the American Institute of Architects purchased it for use as its headquarters.

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Mount Vernon

マウントバーノン

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ジョージ・ワシントンのジョージアの家であるマウントバーノンは、ワシントンD.Cから比較的近い距離にあります。大統領自身も田舎へのエスケープを楽しんだほどです。修復されたこの紳士の邸宅は、昔の平和的な田舎の雰囲気や長い歴史が感じられます。

ポトマック川の川岸にあるこの邸宅は19室の部屋があり、ジョージとマーサのコロニアル・スタイルを目にします。離れ家や奴隷用宿舎などを見ると邸宅を機能されるためにどれほど多くの人が必要だったが理解できます。初代大統領の遺言に書かれたようにジョージとマーサはここで埋葬されました。

邸宅にあるフォード・オリエンテーションセンターは、必見の価値があります。デラウェア川を越えるワシントンの姿を含む20分間の映像を見ると、このアメリカ将軍の戦争中の勇敢さや威信さが理解できます。レイノルズ博物館、ギャラリーや劇場を持つエジュケーション・センターもあり、ワシントンの一生にもっと理解を深めることができるでしょう。

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Arlington National Cemetery

アーリントン国立墓地

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アーリントン国立墓地は、アメリカ独立戦争以降、アメリカ合衆国のために戦争で亡くなった人物の墓地が存在する戦没者慰霊施設となっており、年間400万人以上の訪問者を迎えます。この墓地には、旧アメリカ合衆国大統領ジョン・F・ケネディ、オリバー・ウェンデル・ホームズ、メドガー・エヴァーズも埋葬されています。

メモリアル・ドライブの端には、アメリカ従軍女性記念施設があり、アメリカ独立戦争以降に亡くなった従軍女性の戦没者慰霊施設となっています。 高台には、ジョン・F・ケネディ旧大統領の慰霊碑があります。永遠の灯に守られながら、ケネディとジャクリーンの夫妻が埋葬されていおり、彼の墓碑名盤の後ろには「永遠の火」が静かに燃え続けています。無名戦士の墓では、第一次大戦、第二次大戦、朝鮮戦争で命を失った身元が不明な戦没者を祀った墓地です。無名戦士の墓では、24時間一瞬も欠けることなく衛兵が警備しており、30分間隔に威厳な衛兵交代式が行なわれます。

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National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial

National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial

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Dedicated in 2008, this roughly 2-acre site honors the 184 people who died in the September 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon. Set on the west side of the Pentagon Reservation and landscaped with 85 maple trees, this quiet memorial is largely composed of 184 illuminated benches and reflecting pools which face the south side of the Pentagon, where American Airlines Flight 77 hit the building on 9/11.

Each illuminated bench, as well as a nearby granite wall, bears the name and age of an individual victim; the wall grows higher from east to west in relation to the victims’ ages. Visitors can see that the youngest person killed was three, the oldest was 71, and several of the 59 people killed aboard Flight 77 were family members.

An audio tour of the Pentagon Memorial is available by phone at (202) 741-1004. Parking is available at the Pentagon’s South Lot, and the memorial is adjacent to the Metrorail’s Pentagon station, which serves the Blue and Yellow Lines.

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Dulles International Airport (IAD)

ダレス国際空港(IAD)

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ダレス国際空港(IAD)は、1962年にオープンしたワシントンD.C.で最も利用客が多い空港です。ワシントンD.C.の国際線の玄関口であるこの空港では、毎年2,200万人の乗客が利用し、125カ国の国へと旅立ちます。ダレス国際空港は、ユナイテッド航空のハブ空港として活用され、アメリカン航空の発着数が3番目に多い空港です。

メイン・ターミナルと、A及びBコンコース、C及びDコンコースを含む2つの駐機場内ターミナルがあります。アメリカ以外の他の主要な航空会社は、コンコースAにある47のゲートから出発します。ターミナルでは、100店舗以上に及ぶレストランやカフェで休憩できたり、ショップで買い物も楽しめます。フリークエントフライヤーは、出発前に30に及ぶエアポートラウンジで快適に過ごすことができます。

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Hard Rock Café Washington DC

Hard Rock Café Washington DC

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Since 1990 Hard Rock Café in Washington, D.C. has been serving up classic American fare with a side of rock and roll. Travelers who are familiar with the HRC experience will find the same burgers and wings menu, friendly service and hall of fame décor the chain is known for. But this location has a bit of patriotic flair, since veterans, law enforcement and servicemen sometimes get discounts on cuisine. Visitors will find excellent live music performances nightly, great drinks specials and incredible atmosphere that’s perfect for a fun night out or a filling dinner before taking it out on the town.

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