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Great Buildings of Washington, D.C. Knowledge Cards� NOT A BOOK

Great Buildings of Washington, D.C. Knowledge Cards�

NOT A BOOK

Published January 1st 2003
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48 pages
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Who was behind the effort to build the Washington monument? What Washington, D.C. building resembles a Romanesque Castle? The answers are in this collection of photos and facts about the architecture and history of the great buildings and monumentsMoreWho was behind the effort to build the Washington monument? What Washington, D.C. building resembles a Romanesque Castle? The answers are in this collection of photos and facts about the architecture and history of the great buildings and monuments of the nations capital. From the Pentagon to the Old Pierce Mill, this deck of forty-eight cards is rich in exquisite photography and key facts about the design, construction, restoration and other qualities of the culturally and historically significant buildings of Washington D.C. These images from the Library of Congress archives capture the grandeur and beauty of each edifice and delight the architectural aficionado and history buff alike.With pictures on one side and profiles on the other, these 48 fact-filled Knowledge Cards are a great source of condensed information all in a deck the size of a pack of playing cards! A quick and stimulating supply of information, perfect for students, teachers, history buffs, and the purely inquisitive, this deck is sure to spark your curiosity and encourage you to delve deeper into this compelling subject.