Washington Prezidentas Džordžas Vašingtonas skaidrės
Anglų skaidrės. Washington D. C. —Nation’s Capital. Monumentality and the Urban Skyline. Washington D. C. The Capitol—1793. The Capitol. Washington D. C. The White House—South Portico—. The White House—North Portico. The White House. The Washington Mall. Washington Mall. The Washington Mall. Washington Mall. Washington Monument. Lincoln Memorial—. Lincoln Memorial. Lincoln Memorial—. Jefferson Memorial—. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center—. What Does the Capital City Say About American Civil Society?
William Thornton won the competition for the Capitol Building’s design in 1793, and included one pavilion for the House of Representatives and one for the Senate with a large Rotunda between. The pavilions were finished in 1807 The space was enlarged and the present rotunda built in 1863, symbolically in the middle of the Civil War.
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center—1998.
What Does the Capital City Say About American Civil Society?