The Cathedral church of saint Peter and saint Paul in Washington, D.C., also known as Washington national cathedral. The cathedral was first constructed in 1907. However, it wasn't completely built until 1990, 83 years later. Ever since moving to Washington, D.C., I have always wanted to visit this place; due to how it was amazingly … Continue reading Washington National Cathedral
Location: 1300 Madison Dr NW, Washington, DC 20004, United States.
Photographs were taken during my visit to the Islamic center at Washington, D.C in 2019. The people there were very kind, allowing me to capture some photos few hours before Dhuhur prayer. Location : 2551 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008, United States.
Washington, D.C, is the capital city of the United States of America. It is home for presidents of the U.S, government officials and politicians in general. Although Washington is located in the state of district of Columbia, the surrounding parts of Maryland and Virginia states are normally included, socially speaking, as part of d.c. Locals … Continue reading 9 Places to visit in Washington, D.C.
The wharf is a waterfront neighborhood in southwest Washington, dc. The area was originally a fish market due to its proximity to the Potomac River. Yet, it was later developed into a sophisticated location and opened in 2017, gaining it's popularity for its beautiful markets and overall atmosphere. It is an area where every member … Continue reading Review: The Wharf DC!
Part of my journey exploring Virginia, I wanted to visit Luray Caverns in the north west; since I found out about this mesmerizing place! It is the largest caverns in the east part of all the U.S. However, once you go there, you will discover that the caves are actually underneath the ground in length. It … Continue reading Visiting Luray Caverns in Virginia.
December 2015, I was living in Indianapolis at that time and was planning to visit my friend in Washington, dc for the holidays. I knew It was going to be an exceptional holiday because I was very excited to spend few weeks with my friend in Washington. At the end, that trip was beyond my … Continue reading Why I enjoyed living in Washington, D.C!