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A Menagerie of Church Gargoyles Includes Aliens and Astronauts The Darth Vader grotesque at the Washington National Cathedral, Washington D., sculpted by Jay Hall Carpenter, carved by Patrick J. Plunkett in the

Atlas Theatre - 1331 H Street NE, Washington, DC. I saw "the blob" there as a kid......

Atlas Theatre - 1331 H Street NE, Washington, DC. I saw "the blob" there as a kid.

What I wish I knew before visiting Washington DC. This is one of the best guides for first-time visitors. It's full of useful tips on how to enjoy your first trip to Washington DC.

10 Things I Wish I Knew Before My First Trip To Washington DC

Filled with useful tips, check out this guide before you visit Washington DC Washington DC Travel Guide

Washington National Cathedral

Washington National Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, is an Episcopal church in Washington, DC. It is the sixth-largest cathedral in the world and the second-largest in the United States.

Washington National Cathedral

Washington National Cathedral - Been there twice. Our national cathedral is one of the most lovely cathedrals ever built.

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A Perfect Day in Georgetown

Georgetown You can’t swim laps in Lover's Lane Pool, despite the fact that it has "lane" in its name. And don’t even ask about "lovers". But, what IS rad about this pond inside the Dumbarton Oaks Gardens is that it makes music. The hoity-toity name for what’s going on is a "soundscape", but lets break it down. Music produced by bamboo percussion instruments emanates from snorkel-like speakers, which bounces off amphitheater seating, creating an ethereal, secret-garden experience.

13 DC Secrets You Had No Idea Existed

From the outside, the Mansion on O looks like any other Dupont Circle row house but it is actually a series of five interconnected town houses that have over 100 rooms and over 70 secret doors.

There’s No Attraction In The World Like This One In Washington DC

15 Hidden Gems in Washington DC Most People Don& Know Even Exist

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Darth Vader Gargoyle at the Washington National Cathedral.

Washington National Cathedral Darth Vader Gargoyle - what is this doing here and why were taxpayer funds used for its display?

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