Sunday, August 28, 2011


A tour thru one of the most beautiful destinations in the United States, the Capital City, Washington DC, city of historical moments in politics, where diversity is one of the greatest assets and edifications are impressive.

Tivoli on Columbia Heights, one of the most historic edifications on the North West of Washington DC.

The Nation's Capitol, one of the most iconic buildings in the United States.

Old Post Office building in downtown DC.

The National Mall in Washington DC, one of the favorite destinations for millions of tourist visiting from all over the world. who get impressed by the magnificence of the edifications and their history.

The White House, American symbol of Power and Freedom.

Logan Circle on the NW of Washington DC, flanked by new modern edifications and a busy night life of clubs, restaurants and boutique shops. 

Georgetown, Old Riggs Bank building on the corner of Wisconsin Ave. & M Street.

Town Houses on Florida Ave. NW, elegant residential buildings with the old classic charm.

Corner of 18Th and U streets on the Adams Morgan area, favorite for international restaurants.

'There come the train',. Train approaching at the Dupont Circle Metro station in DC.

View of 15Th St. from the Meridian Hill Park, Old building housing the embassy of Ecuador.

Tourist in front of the White House, the 'everyone favorite' spot for that souvenir photograph.

Jackson's Monument, across the street from the White House.

Farragut Plaza in the center of Downtown DC.

Fountain at Dupont Circle. Favorite evening destination for clubs, bars, restaurants, coffee shops and retail shops, The Dupont Circle Metro station exits to Q St. and the South of the P St.

Boutique furniture stores on the new developed 14Th St Strip, here on the intersection with Q St.

Stunning residential buildings on 17Th Street, NW of Washington DC.

Country Club on P St. Dupont Circle area.

The Duke Ellington Bridge connecting Adams Morgan and Woodley Park. also known as the Calvert St. Bridge.

Presidents Mural at the exotic "Mama Ayesha's" Restaurant in Adams Morgan.

Columbia Road in Adams Morgan, better known by it's Hispanic and African residents and visitors, making it one of the most divers areas in Washington DC. With a very busy night life.

Modern shopping sector in Friendship Heights, (Mazza Gallery.) with designer stores, metro station and exquisite restaurants.

Friendship Heights shopping sector.

Brick sidewalks on Florida Ave. and U St. Just few blocks from Dupont Circle.

Friendship Heights shopping center at night.

Fountain at Meridian Hill Park. one of the most beautiful parks in Washington DC.

Vibrant neighborhood on 14Th St. the most developed area with fancy shops and expensive residential modern buildings, plus an inviting night life for all budgets.

New shopping mall in Columbia Heights. over 14Th St, just few blocks from U St. 

This short, but fun tour of my beautiful city has been For Your Eyes Only.

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