Inside the Library of Congress

Posted by Jeneba Project on Monday, November 3, 2014 Under: Pictures
I recently visited the Library of Congress, one of my favourite places in Washington DC. I visit the library often, but this time I thought of sharing some photos from inside this wonderful reading space. There is respect for learning and knowledge in a place this beautifully constructed to benefit all those who enter its doors. There is also an ongoing year-long exhibit on the US Civil Rights Act, so make your way there and learn some history. 

The Original Thomas Jefferson collection at the Library of Congress

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