The Mall, Washington DC Photos

The large open area of The Mall contains monuments to Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson & others plus major national Museums including the Smithsonian.

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The Mall & Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, DC.Washington Monument. Washington, DC.Washington Monument. Washington, DC.Helicopter on White House lawn. Washington, DC.
The Mall & Pennsylvania Ave. as seen from Capitol Hill. Washington, DC.Washington Monument (1848-84) at 555ft 5in is tallest masonry tower in the world. Washington, DC. Architect: Robert Mills, et al. On National Register.Washington Monument. Washington, DC.Helicopter on lawn of The White House. Washington, DC.
Washington Monument reflected in Tidal Basin. Washington, DC.Jefferson Memorial. Washington, DC.Thomas Jefferson sculpture in Jefferson Memorial. Washington, DC.Jefferson Memorial in setting sun. Washington, DC.
Washington Monument reflects on Tidal Basin. Washington, DC.Jefferson Memorial (1943) (Tidal Basin) modeled after Pantheon in Rome. Washington, DC. Architect: John Russell Pope. On National Register.Thomas Jefferson sculpture in his memorial by Rudulph Evens. Washington, DC.Jefferson Memorial tinted by setting sun. Washington, DC.
Lincoln Memorial. Washington, DC.Lincoln Memorial. Washington, DC.President Abraham Lincoln statue in Lincoln Memorial. Washington, DC.Lincoln Memorial at night. Washington, DC.
Lincoln Memorial (1911-22) (west end of Mall). Washington, DC. Architect: Henry Bacon & Daniel Chester French. On National Register. Lincoln Memorial detail of basins on staircase. Washington, DC.President Abraham Lincoln statue by Jules Guerin in his memorial. Washington, DC.Lincoln Memorial at night. Washington, DC.
Vietnam Memorial. Washington, DC.Bronze soldiers at Vietnam Memorial. Washington, DC.Korean War Memorial. Washington, DC.Smithsonian Building - The Castle. Washington, DC.
Vietnam Memorial (1982) by Maya Ying Lin. Washington, DC.Bronze soldiers carrying weapons look over Vietnam Memorial. Washington, DC.Korean War Memorial (1995) sculpted by Frank Gaylord. Washington, DC. Architect: Cooper-Lecky Architects.Smithsonian Building - The Castle (1855). Washington, DC. Architect: James Renwick. On National Register.
Smithsonian Building - The Castle. Washington, DC.Smithsonian Building - The Castle. Washington, DC.Carousel horses at Smithsonian Building. Washington, DC.Arts & Industries Building of Smithsonian. Washington, DC.
Smithsonian Building - The Castle's many spires. Washington, DC. Architect: James Renwick.Smithsonian Building's Romanesque style. Washington, DC. Architect: James Renwick.Carousel horses in front of Smithsonian Building. Washington, DC. Architect: James Renwick.Arts & Industries Building (1879-81). Washington, DC. Architect: Cluss & Schulze + Montgomery C. Meigs. On National Register.
Freer Gallery Of Art building. Washington, DC.Modern sculpture at Freer Gallery. Washington, DC.Entrance of National Museum of African Art. Washington, DC.Hirshhorn Museum. Washington, DC.
Freer Gallery Of Art (1923) building. Washington, DC. Architect: Charles A. Platt. On National Register.Modern sculpture in front of the Freer Gallery. Washington, DC.Entrance of National Museum of African Art (1987). Washington, DC. Architect: I. Junzo Yoshimura, Jean-Paul Carlhian II & Richard Potter.Hirshhorn Museum (1967-74) round central patio. Washington, DC. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
Commercial aircraft in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Reflecting pool mirrors Capitol Hill. Washington, DC.US Capitol Building. Washington, DC.Lion overlooks Capitol Hill. Washington, DC.
Collection of commercial aircraft in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC. Reflecting pool (1976) mirrors Capitol Hill & was built to cover underground freeway. Washington, DC. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.US Capitol Building from Grant Monument. Washington, DC. Lion from Grant Memorial watches over Capitol Hill. Washington, DC.
Ulysses S. Grant Memorial. Washington, DC.Union Cavalry sculptures at Grant Memorial. Washington, DC.Charging canon caisson at Grant Memorial. Washington, DC.Peace Monument on Capitol Hill. Washington, DC.
Grant Memorial (1922) by sculptures Henry M. Schrady & Edmond R. Amateis. Washington, DC.Union Cavalry charge figures at Grant Memorial (1922) by sculptors Henry M. Schrady & Edmond R. Amateis. Washington, DC.Charging canon caisson at Grant Memorial (1922) by sculptures Henry M. Schrady & Edmond R. Amateis. Washington, DC.Peace Monument by Franklin Simmons (1878). Washington, DC.
National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Henry Moore's Knife Edge Mirror at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Knife Edge Mirror by Henry Moore at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Tom's by Alexander Calder at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
National Gallery of Art (east building) (1971-8). Washington, DC. Architect: I.M. Pei Ass.. Henry Moore's Knife Edge Mirror (1976-8) at National Gallery of Art (east building). Washington, DC.Knife Edge Mirror (1976-8) by Henry Moore at National Gallery of Art (east building). Washington, DC.Tom's (1974) by Alexander Calder at National Gallery of Art (east building). Washington, DC.
Pyramidal skylights by I.M. Pei of National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.National Gallery of Art rotunda. Washington, DC.Fountain in National Sculpture Garden. Washington, DC.
Pyramidal skylights by I.M. Pei for underground passage joining old & new buildings of National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.National Gallery of Art (west building) (1940). Washington, DC. Architect: John Russell Pope. National Gallery of Art (west building) rotunda. Washington, DC.Fountain in National Sculpture Garden with National Museum of Natural History in Background. Washington, DC.
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Washington, DC.Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Washington, DC.Chrome sculpture at Mall entrance of National American History Museum. Washington, DC.U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Washington, DC.
National Museum of Natural History (1911). Washington, DC. Architect: Hornblower & Marshall. Smithsonian National Museum of American History building (1964) on the National Mall. Washington, DC. Architect: Walker Cain of McKim, Mead & White. Undulating chrome sculpture at Mall entrance of National American History Museum. Washington, DC.U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (1993) (Raoul Wallenberg Place). Washington, DC. Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners.

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