Washington is special because it is not actually owned by any of the States. It also has no vote in Federal matters. DC stands for the District of Columbia. That's where… all our national laws are made and where congress and the president reside Another View: Aside from the fact that it is the seat of the nations government as referred to above - it is the only federal "District" in the nations political/geographic infrastructure. It is not a state, nor is it a territory. It was designed to be the non-politicized "home" of the federal government where the government could meet and its employees could work and live without the interference or the pressure of local political events which occurred in the individual states.
Washington D.C. is located at 39 degrees north latitude. What other cities and countries are located along this latitude and what makes them so special?
it runs through * Lithania * China * Indiana * New York * United Kingdon * Florida * Oregon * Italy, Uzbekistan, Japan, Ukiah CA, Gaithersbu…rg Maryland. (See link below to "international latitude Observatories.)
its home to the president of the united states and the white with all the memorials and stuff Added: It is the "seat" of the Federal Government. Also, as opposed to US Possess…ions, and US Territories, it is also the ONLY US Federal DISTRICT. It also is represented in Congress by a non-voting member of the House of Representives.
The layout of the city was designed by George Washington with help of engineers, other than that I do not know much else.
It could be because: of it not being a part of any U.S. state, only city in the US like this. of it being the heart of U.S. Federal Government of it holding many …memorials to heros and soliders of it's location between Maryland and Virginia on the Potomac River of it's history
It could be because: # of it not being a part of any U.S. state, only city in the US like this. # of it being the heart of U.S. Federal Government # of it holding m…any memorials to heros and soliders # of it's location between Maryland and Virginia on the Potomac River # of it's history.
He was first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of hiscountrymen.
Washington is a State and Washington DC is a City. As well, there are numerous cities called "Washington" in various states. For example, there is the city of Washington in W…ashington County, Pennsylvania.
it is important
I'll admit it: nothing. The truth hurts. But that was in 2010. Now, the nats are playing better than the Red Sox, Tigers, and Cardinals! They swept the Red Sox, crushed the Re…ds, and didn't even have Drew Storen, Bryce Harper, or Michael Morse. Last year the nats had a 80-81 record (161 games). Michael Morse hit .303 with 31 HR's ranking #4 in slugging... he didn't even play the full year! Currently the Nats power ranking has dropped down to number 3, after a sweep by the yankees.
it is very cool to visit you should visit it
Because it's one of the most famous, and important places in the world and because it is the world's leading world economic power(US) capital. A lot of economic activities and… significant buildings such as the white house, the UN head and many more are located there.
George Washington was of paramount importance in the founding of the United States of America. He was active in the revolutionary movement from the beginning, played a leaders…hip role in the Continental Congresses, was commander-in-chief of the victorious continental army and served with distinction as the first president.
He became the first president of America
Though known nationally for creative writing (in part because of the Sophie Kerr Award, which is the largest undergraduate literary prize offered to a graduating senior who sh…ows high promise in writing), Washington College has strong programs in the humanities and sciences, too. Current top programs (based on frequency of degrees awarded) include psychology (clinical counseling and behavioral neuroscience), biology, political science, history, English, modern languages, and environmental science. You really must visit to see the extraordinary location, near the Chester River in Chestertown, Maryland.