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Built between 1931 and 1934 for $10 million dollars, this building was completed in 1935. It houses the Department of Justice and the Office of the U.S. Attorney General. It has 68 murals of New Deal Art.
In 2001, it was renamed for the 64th...More
I was quite impressed with this building as we walk by. It also houses the Attorney General. You can not go in but you can admire the architecture. I liked the buffalos that were displayed on the facade.
If you come down 9th Street towards the National Mall, you can't miss this fine Building, sited between Pennsylvania & Constitution Avenues (just across the way from the better-known National Archives Building).
This is the Headquarters of the U.S. Department of Justice, and houses the...More