Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial are iconic sites in Washington, DC. The Washington Monument stands nearly 555 feet tall, making it the world's tallest obelisk. Built between 1848 and 1884, its iconic white marble panels are surrounded by a circular walkway for visitors to take in the impressive architecture and breathtaking views of the city. The Jefferson Memorial, built in honor of Thomas Jefferson, was the first memorial in the city and features a bronze statue of the nation's third president surrounded by a colonnade of Corinthian columns. Both monuments are open daily and offer stunning views of the city and monuments around it. Whether it's from the top of the Washington Monument, or the steps of the Jefferson Memorial, visitors and photographers alike will find plenty to see and capture in this historic and important area.
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