The U.S. capital, Washington DC, is a consolidated city on the Potomac River, bordering the states of Maryland and Virginia. It’s known for its neoclassical monuments and buildings.
United States Capitol and Capitol Hill, The Lincoln Memorial, National Mall and Veterans Memorials, The White House, The Washington Monument, National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of American History, International Spy Museum
List of the Major Airports in Wahington DC
|City||Airport Code||Airport Name|
|Arlington, Washington||DCA||Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport|
|Virginia||IAD||Washington Dulles International Airport|
|Baltimore, Maryland||BWI||Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport|
Often referred to as Washington State to differentiate it from the nation’s capital D.C., the remarkable Pacific Northwest territory is home to lots of coastlines, mountains, and vast forests. Besides its plentiful natural riches and untamed wilderness, it has several dynamic cities such as Seattle and Spokane for travelers to check out sleepy seaside towns, historic sights, and glittering glaciers tucked away here and there.
Anointed after George Washington, the first U.S. president, it lies right in the northwestern part of the country. The wetter western side is place for pristine forests and a long Pacific Ocean coastline. The drier eastern half encloses agricultural areas, steppes, and little patches of arid desert.