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The National Mall's design came directly from Pierre L'Enfant's original vision of long, wide avenues stretching through the Nation's Capital. It's one of the most heavily visited areas of Washington, DC, and is the campus of the world famous Simthsonian Institution. The Mall is also home to some of the most important buildings and monuments in United States

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Air and Space Museum American History Arts & Industry Building
Capitol Building Hirshhorn Museum Nat. Gallery of Art
The National Mall Natural History Smithsonian "Castle"
Smithsonian Institution National Zoo Freer Gallery of Art
Veterans Memorial Washington, D.C. Washington Monument


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