The United States Capital; an International Landmark.

WASHINGTON. February 11, 2020. (TLOTW). The United States Capital is one of the most visited cities in the world. More than 20 million people set their sights on Washington, D.C. for tourism, to see its monumental architecture, and its historic landmarks. Its resident population is reported to be 633,427.

Iconic for its imposing neoclassical monuments and structures, there are 11 government buildings across the city, including the world renown buildings dedicated to the three branches of government. The Executive Branch, the President of the United States, operates from the White House. The Legislative Branch, the United States Congress, operates from the Capitol. And the Supreme Court is where the nine Supreme Court Justices operate.

It is also home to grand museums, the most famous of which is the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest research and museum complex, it includes 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and several research stations.

There are various performing arts venues, one of its most well known is the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, an independent facility which showcases all manner every artistic style, ranging from classical to contemporary.

All across the city, visitors will find 116 statues dedicated to many historical figures whose names are etched in the bicentennial history of the country. And there are 9 national monuments.

The Church of the Living God, Pillar and Ground of the Truth, the Light of the World will celebrate the Holy Supper of the Lord in this region, by the authority of the Apostle of Jesus Christ, Our Brother Naason Joaquin Garcia.