Take a visual journey of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Eastern Market and more in Washington, DC.
The Washington Monument, dedicated to President George Washington, towers over the city on a sunny day. Closed for repairs following damage sustained in a 5.8-magnitude earthquake in August 2011, the landmark may reopen sometime in 2014.
A flame burns at President John F. Kennedy's grave in Arlington National Cemetery. The flame, which has been burning since 1967, is now operating on the last of its 3 burners; repairs are planned for 2013.
Vendors set up to sell everything from furniture to fruit at Eastern Market.
Visitors take a casual stroll to see the National World War II Memorial.
The National Museum of the American Indian is dedicated to preserving the life, history and languages of Native Americans.
A photographer captures the Jefferson Memorial, located across the Tidal Basin.
Tourists visit the Korean War Veterans Memorial where statues of soldiers commemorate those who served during the war.
Tourists climb the stairs of the Lincoln Memorial.
People wait for the next train on the platform of a Metro station.
The International Spy Museum has the largest collection of international spy-related artifacts on public display.
A picture of the United States Supreme Court on a sunny fall day.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors US soldiers in the Vietnam War who fought, died, or went missing in action.
People watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day.
Members of the U.S. Army Old Guard place flags at gravesites at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
Actors dressed in period costumes gather in front of the restored George Washington Distillery in Mount Vernon, Virginia.