The design of the built environment, including the study and history of local buildings, and local architectural associations and education.

Commercial sites offering architectural and building services are listed within Business_and_Economy/Construction_and_Maintenance.

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Acid Rain and Our Nation's Capital
From the U.S. Geological Survey. Shown are photos and historical information on damaged buildings.
Adolf Cluss
German-born, he became the most influential architect in Washington, DC, in the late 19th century. Includes biography, photos and information on a centenary exhibition and other events planned in 2005. English and German.
Emporis: Washington
Focusing on city architecture, especially tall buildings (over 12 stories tall), this site has basic facts and data on notable structures in the DC metro area, searchable by building name, type or locality.
Great Buildings Online: Architecture of Washington, DC
Basic information on notable structures and their architects, with photos, commentary and bibliography.
National Register Travel Itinerary
Virtual tour of historic buildings via clickable map or list from the National Parks Service. Photographs and histories with visitor information.
Residential Architecture of Washington, D.C., and Its Suburbs
Historical essay by Pamela Scott on local residential architecture, architects and builders. Includes images and bibliography. From the Library of Congress Web site.
RFK Stadium
Facts, figures and photos about the former home of the Washington Redskins NFL team (1961-1996), Washington Senators MLB team (1962-1971), DC United MLS team (1996- )
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