Virtual tour to Washington D.C.

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A virtual tour of the nations capitol Washington D.C.


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Virtual Tour of Washington D.C. : 

Virtual Tour of Washington D.C. By: Brandon Nieporte Section 11

A Trip to Washington D.C. : 

A Trip to Washington D.C. In this virtual tour we will be visiting historic sites such as: The Jefferson Memorial The lincoln Memorial Arlington National Cemetery And Even the White House! Quit Click on the photo to go to Washington D.C.’s tourist site!

Iwo Jima Memorial : 

Iwo Jima Memorial The first memorial we will be visiting is the Iwo Jima Memorial. The Iwo Jima Memorial, also known as the U. S. Marine Corps War Memorial, honors the Marines who have died defending the United States since 1775 Quit

The Jefferson Memorial : 

The Jefferson Memorial The next site we will be visiting is Jefferson Memorial. The memorial is one of the most impressive sites in Washington, DC. A 19-foot bronze statue of Jefferson is surrounded by passages from the Declaration of Independence and Jefferson’s other writings. Quit

Korean War Veterans Memorial : 

Korean War Veterans Memorial Next on our tour is the the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Dedicated in 1995 to 1.5 million American men and women who served in the Korean War. Quit

Lincoln Memorial : 

Lincoln Memorial The lincoln Memorial A 19-foot larger than life-size marble statue of Lincoln sits in the center of the memorial and the words of the Gettysburg Address and the Second Inaugural Address are inscribed on the walls. Quit

Washington Monument : 

Washington Monument The Washington Monument, a memorial to George Washington, our nation's first president, is the most prominent landmark in Washington, DC and stands as the centerpiece of the National Mall. Quit

Smithsonian Musuems : 

Smithsonian Musuems The Smithsonian Museums in Washington, DC are world class museums with a variety of exhibits ranging from insects and meteorites to locomotives and spacecraft. Quit

Arlington National Cemetery : 

Arlington National Cemetery More than 285,000 people have been laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. Across its rolling hills stand the unadorned headstones of veterans from the Revolutionary War to the current struggle in Iraq and Afghanistan Quit Click on picture for a video of the changing of the guard at Arlington National Cemetery.

The White House : 

The White House Last but not least is the White House. Home to the President of the United States. Every President since John Adams has lived here. Quit

About the Author : 

About the Author My Name is Brandon Nieporte and I am a group social studies major at GVSU. This Interactive PPT is one I could use in a future class of mine. Email Me! Quit

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