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(202) 269-0945

5512 5th St NE
Washington, DC 20011
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Landmark's E-Street CinemaLandmark's E-Street Cinema

Classic cinema meets modern technology at this venue that is as charming as it is high-tech. A great place to check out a movie on a first date!

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The Lincoln TheatreThe Lincoln Theatre

The Lincoln Theatre is a show in and of itself. The truly stunning layout and architecture is something to behold, and the venue hosts several entertainment events year round. Whether they are seminars, dance recitals, plays or musical concerts, the Lincoln Theatre proves to be a classic and memorable backdrop against which any performer will no doubt put forth the best performance possible.

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Vietnam Veterans MemorialVietnam Veterans Memorial

One of the most emotionally-charged sites in Washington, DC is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The dark, black granite walls are inscribed with the 58,209 names of Americans missing or killed in the Vietnam conflict. This V-shaped memorial design draws you in and allows you to not only take in the monument's magnitude, but it also allows you to have a private, intimate moment within the monument's breadth. While you're visiting this monumental attraction, make sure you see Frederick Hart's "Three Soldiers" life-sized sculpture made of bronze that portrays three young servicemen.

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The National Christmas Tree LightingThe National Christmas Tree Lighting

The National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is a Christmas tradition that every American looks forward to. All eyes are on the President and First Lady as they light the tree, followed by the President's holiday wishes to the crowd and the millions more watching the event on television. There's a band playing holiday favorites, and in addition to the large tree that is the focal point of the festival, there are also several smaller trees that represent our states and territories. The trees stay lit and this celebration begins a month-long schedule of various entertainment that helps to keep the Christmas spirit high.

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