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WorldStrides

WorldStrides

Charlottesville, VA
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"Must see: An elephant training session, a giant octopus feeding, and a sea lion training session."
WorldStridesWorldStrides · April 8, 2011
Zoo
· Washington, United States
9.0
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"Cool fact: The Archives’ collection includes three billion pages of text, six million still photos, 91 million feet of motion picture film, 70,000 sound recordings, and nine million aerial photos."
WorldStridesWorldStrides · April 8, 2011
Museum
· Washington, United States
8.8
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"Interesting fact: The 36 columns represent the number of states at the time of the Civil War."
WorldStridesWorldStrides · April 8, 2011
Landmark
· Washington, United States
9.6
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"Interesting fact: preserved at the Library are a draft of the Declaration of Independence, Lincoln’s first drafts of his Gettysburg Address, and the papers of 23 presidents from Washington to Coolidge"
WorldStridesWorldStrides · April 8, 2011
Library
· Washington, United States
9.3
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"The Grand Foyer is 60ft high and 630ft long, making it one of the largest rooms in the world. If you were to lay the Washington Monument on its side in the Grand Foyer, you’d still have 75ft to spare."
WorldStridesWorldStrides · April 8, 2011
Performing Arts
· Washington, United States
9.5
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"Interesting fact: For the official dedication, a plaster statue was installed due to a metal shortage during WWII. It wasn’t until four years later that the bronze statue was completed and installed."
WorldStridesWorldStrides · April 8, 2011
Landmark
· Washington, United States
9.3