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Washington Tourist Attractions
Washington, D.C., is located in the northeast of the United States, located in the mid-Atlantic region, is the capital of the United States, but also the world's most influential city. It is not only the political and cultural center of the United States, but also one of the most important tourist cities in the United States. It has the richest cultural tourism resources in the United States, large and small museums, monuments and landmarks welcome tourists from all over the world every day. Here are eight of the best places to visit in Washington. Washington DC visitors come here for many various reasons, and from many parts of the world. They all tend to enjoy some of the same sites and tours, though. For this DC travel guide we have therefore come up with a list of most popular - or most Washingtonian - things to do whilst playing DC tourist.
The District of Columbia, on the Potomac River between Maryland and Virginia, was set aside as the nation's capital so that the federal government would not be located in any single state. Pierre-Charles L'Enfant was commissioned by George Washington to plan the city, and you can clearly see L'Enfant's layout of a street grid intersected by broad avenues. The most important of these is Pennsylvania Avenue, connecting two iconic buildings: the White House and the impressive domed Capitol Building. Alongside and maintaining L'Enfant's vision of an open and spacious city stretches the wide National Mall with its museums and monuments. National symbols such as the Capitol and the White House are accessible to visitors, along with dozens of other tourist attractions, which include world-class museums and important monuments. Many of the most important things to see and do are in the northwestern quadrant along the National Mall and are best seen on foot. Summer can be unpleasantly hot and humid, so the best times to visit Washington are spring and autumn.