Essays on Washington

Washington DC: Metro System and Union Station

Introduction Washington DC, the U.S. capital, is a compact city on the Potomac River, bordering the states of Maryland and Virginia, home to over 600 thousand people. It’s known by its imposing neoclassical monuments and buildings One of the most popular modes of transportation in Washington DC is the Metro System, or the Washington Metro....
713 Words 2 Pages

Study of Spatial-Temporal Characteristics of Crimes in Washington D.C.

As the capital city and international tourist place of America, Washington D.C has always been suffering from its high crime rate these years. According to the newest statistics, Washington D.C. has an overall crime rate that is 86% higher than the national average, and a violent crime rate that is 148% higher than the national...
3692 Words 8 Pages

Washington: General Overview Of White House

The sight for the White House was chosen in 1791 by George Washington, who was our first president. After a design competition, a plan submitted by James Hoban was used. It took eight years to construct the building at a cost of $232,372 and President John Adams moved into the house which was unfinished in...
2821 Words 6 Pages
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