Another Greek-style eclectic building in Washington, northeast of the Capitol, next to the National Court, and a small road from the Congress. There are few people in this place, but the architecture is very beautiful.
The National Archives is a record of the history of the United States. It has collected a lot of important historical information from the United States for more than two hundred years, including many confidential documents that are also regularly published and can be visited by appointment.
The National Archives is free to visit. If you are more interested in history, it is highly recommended to visit it, because you can see the Declaration of Independence and other very meaningful cultural relics on display.
The exterior building of this archive is like a golden ratio facade in ancient Greece. Here, people can visit the history of the country. Understanding the important issues of the country is also a relatively friendly facility.
Friends who are interested in American history can check it out. It’s free and open to the public, but the door opens at 10 o’clock. I came early and didn’t wait any longer. I can’t take pictures inside. There is a treasure of the town hall-the Declaration of Independence. The original version of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Preston_Dominguez: 700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC, DC 20408-0001
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The White House,Washington Monument,United States Capitol,National Air and Space Museum,National Gallery of Art