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The Library of Congress across the street from the U.S. Capitol was created as a reference library for our politicians. Today, the public also uses it for research. The three buildings are grand to see with their architecture and collections. … Continue reading
It has been compared to Trevi Fountain in Rome. No, I’ve seen that famous landmark and the two are nowhere close. But, the Court of Neptune Fountain in front of the Library of Congress’ Jefferson Building (to the right of … Continue reading