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Washington DC isn't your typical city. Not only is it the capitol of the United States, but it's one of the most architecturally unique. There's no other city in the country laid out quite like Washington--from the low lying National Mall area to the varying structures like the classical style Lincoln Memorial to the gigantic rotunda of the Capitol Building, there are plenty of sightseeing opportunities abound all over.

Here you can find many completely royalty free images of Washington DC and Arlington, VA. Feel free to use these images royalty free if you link back to this page on the page that is using the photo(s). A comment here on this page would be great if you have a moment.

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The Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial & More

Lincoln Memorial, outside view at night
Lincoln Memorial, outside view at night
Botanical Gardens in DC
Botanical Gardens in DC

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The Lincoln Memorial Inside

The Lincoln Memorial Inside
The Lincoln Memorial Inside

Arlington National Cemetery, Washington DC Skyline, Iwo Jima Memorial...

Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery
Iwo Jima Memorial
Iwo Jima Memorial
The White House
The White House
Panoramic view of Washington DC
Panoramic view of Washington DC
Steps leading up to the Jefferson Memorial
Steps leading up to the Jefferson Memorial
Washington Monument and Capitol Building
Washington Monument and Capitol Building

More Washington DC Photos...

Washington DC Mall and reflecting pool
Washington DC Mall and reflecting pool
Capitol Building and reflecting pool
Capitol Building and reflecting pool
Washington Monument
Washington Monument
Thomas Jefferson statue, Jefferson Memorial
Thomas Jefferson statue, Jefferson Memorial

Lincoln Memorial at Night

Lincoln Memorial at Night
Lincoln Memorial at Night

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Have You Been to Washington DC? 12 comments

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ZenandChic 8 years ago

I have been to Washington D.C. and seen a lot of these things in these pix and more. Great pictures!


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Tobbie LM 7 years ago

This is great travel lens. Haven't been to Washington...another place to add to the bucket list.


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ElizabethJeanAl 7 years ago

Its been years since I've been in DC. I need to get back up there one of these days. Its changed so much.

Great photos.

Lizzy


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Lisa-Marie-Mary 7 years ago

My daughter and I just returned from a trip to DC - we had a fabulous time! This lens is great - visiting your other DC lens next....

I may use some of your photos for my blog posts - our camera broke on day one! :( I'll let you know if I use your pics, for sure! :)


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mbgphoto 7 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

Wonderful photos of our nations capitol. Thanks!


anonymous 6 years ago

i love d.c. been there many times, it's a home away from home


poutine 5 years ago

Unfortunately, I have never had the chance to visit Washington DC yet.....but hope to.


anonymous 5 years ago

Yes, several times. It's a wonderful place to visit--so many places in DC are free, and it's easy to get from one place to another on the shuttle buses for not much money. The subway is reasonable, too, and easy to negotiate. I was never able to get photos of this quality, though. Thanks for making them available.


katesmart 5 years ago

Been years since I could truly visit DC. Was there for a wedding recently but could not sightsee. Looking at these photos makes me want to go back there tomorrow. Thank you!


anonymous 5 years ago

Yes, and it was a wonderful trip. I would love to go back. I missed seeing the White House on my first trip. All Americans should experience Washington, D.C.


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JohnMichael2 5 years ago

I was just there most all last week ... I live nearby ... very nearby. I did notice that your introductory paragraph used the word "capitol" referring to Washington DC as the "capital" of the United States. It's an often confused word, since "capitol" refers to the dome-topped building at the east end of the National Mall ...


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Tarra99 5 years ago

I went on a school trip to Washington DC...loved it, thought it was very educational!

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