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heber ctity, Utah
July 26, 2007
From journal Insider's Washington, D.C.
Lake Forest, California
November 20, 2006
From journal Washington, D.C.
July 4, 2005
Upon arrival, I was suprised to be walking in on the beginning of an organ recital, which was free and very beautiful. Be sure to look on the website, www.cathedral.org, for information on concerts and tours, or call (202) 537-6200.
Look for the moon rock in one of the stained-glass windows on the right side of the nave or for the gargoyle outside with the head of Darth Vader (I wasn't able to find it, but I'm told that it does exist!).
From journal Fourth of July Weekend in Washington, D.C.
by Susie Go Go
April 28, 2005
From journal Washington, D.C. during Cherry-Blossom Time
July 18, 2003
Helen Keller is entombed here and a rock from the moon is even incorporated into the decor. There are many interesting facts to be learned and tour guides are available to enlighten you. The grounds are well kept.
If you like visiting the old cathedrals of Europe, you should make the National Cathedral a stop right here in the United States.
From journal Spying in D.C.
Montgomery City, Missouri
April 13, 2003
From journal Lifetime Learning in D.C.
Warwick, United Kingdom
May 10, 2002
From journal A Year in Washington D.C
Cary, North Carolina
July 10, 2000
From journal Something for all seasons in Washington, DC