We have been to D.C. many times, but only just visited the Library of Congress. I'm so glad that we did. In architectural beauty and interior decoration, it rivals the bishops' palaces of Europe. However, the themes of the murals and statues are much better: democracy and education-focussed. Take a one-hour guided tour. The tour and the admission are free. D.C. has many treasures and the Library of Congress is one of the best. The Library is easy to find, just southeast from the U.S. Capitol.
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