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Snapshot of the Week: Washington, DC at Night

Snapshot of the Week: Washington, DC at Night

Washington, DC is unquestionably beautiful during the day, with its vast marble monuments and powerful landmarks. But if you really want to see DC at its finest, stick around until after sunset… At night, a quiet beauty envelops the city, and it’s hard not to feel humbled by the beauty, history and ultimate purpose of this capital city.

  

The World War II Memorial, one of the newest monuments and certainly one of the most beautiful at night.

The World War II Memorial with a prime view of the Washington Monument.

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