George Washington University Heritage Area, Washington DC Photos

The University campus & surroundings contain historic buildings.

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St Mary's Episcopal Church. Washington, DC.United Church / Concordia German Evangelical Church. Washington, DC.United Church / Concordia German Evangelical Church. Washington, DC.Lenthall Houses. Washington, DC.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church (1887) (730 23rd St. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Gothic. Architect: Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell. On National Register.United Church [aka Vereinigie Kirche or Concordia German Evangelical Church] (1891) (20th & G Sts. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Italianate. Architect: Albert Goenner. On National Register.Stairway of United Church (Vereinigie Kirche). Washington, DC.Lenthall Houses (c 1800) (606-610 21St. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Federal. Architect: A. Edwin Kendrew. On National Register.
Statue of hippopotamus at Usner Auditorium at George Washington University. Washington, DC.Corcoran Hall at George Washington University. Washington, DC.Heritage buildings part of commercial complex at George Washington University. Washington, DC.Heritage buildings part of commercial complex at George Washington University. Washington, DC.
Statue of hippopotamus which legend says George Washington watched in the river near Mount Vernon stands in front of Usner Auditorium on campus of George Washington University. Washington, DC.Corcoran Hall (1924) (725 21st St. NW) where Niels Bohr announced atomic fission on Jan. 26, 1939. Washington, DC. On National Register.Iron step rise to doors along Pennsylvania Ave. near 21st ST. Washington, DC.Elaborate window surrounds of commercial complex at George Washington University. Washington, DC.

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