Washington, DC, & # 39 is the US capital, and sits along the river near the descendant of Virginia and Maryland, on the eastern coast of the country. Washington is not a & # 39 is the state and Federal District, created in 1790 as a separate area, which runs its own mayor. As the seat of the American government, history is not enough, and school trips in the city will open for students who seek to learn. Any visit should be found, for example, in the estate of Mount Vernon, Arlingtana House and Ford's Theater.
Vernon Manor – Because of one of the most popular names in America Mount Vernon for more than 40 years was the home of the first president (George Washington). Located along the Potomac in Northern Virginia, the school trip to the estate can lead students on the grounds of the mansion visits, 16 original buildings, working blacksmiths and Washington's grave. They will learn about the history and the life of man, which is a & # 39 is one of the major founding fathers of America. Students also have the opportunity to see, it looked like a farmer's life in most US early days, driving a few kilometers along the road to see the work of reconstruction of Washington and a distillery.
Arlingtan House – Located at the National Cemetery on Memorial Park Arlingtana George Washington Arlingtan house was once the home of the Confederate States & # 39; the main figure of General Robert E. Lee. School trips to the site can explore the house, which was originally built by George Washington Parke Kustysam as a house and a memorial to his famous grandfather, but Lee became the home for more than 30 years. The house was built in 1802 and is located overlooking the descendant, opposite the National Trade Center. During the Civil War, it was decided that the land around the house Arlingtanskaga will be set aside as a space for national cemeteries Arlingtana – partly in order to prevent the General Lee after the war back home.
Ford's Theater – All school trip to Washington to be held in this most famous sights: the theater where Abraham Lincoln was the famous assassination by John Wilkes Booth in 1865. Only cares about how to create a historically accurate story of Lincoln, but it also creates stage performances and uses a website to promote the ideals of leadership, humanity and wisdom that support Abraham Lincoln. In addition to all this, the theater was soon to begin to become a center of learning, to focus on the events that took place on that fateful day of April 14, 1865.