Explores the monuments and museums and offers information on Washington's history, attractions, parks, and gardens as well as practical tips on accommodations, restaurants, nightlife, and shoppingCurrently, the monument is surrounded by scaffolding and a transparent fabric ( lines on the fabric mirror the pattern of the stone and mortar), so you can watch the repair work on the masonry joints and damaged stones. The Washington Monument ... Punctuating the capital like a huge exclamation point is the Washington Monument a at 555 ft 5 inches the worlda#39;s tallest masonry structure. The Jeffersonanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fodor's Washington, D. C. 2000|
|Author||:||Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc. Staff|
|Publisher||:||Fodor's - 1999|