Take a look at Washington, D.C. National Mall and its surroundings including the descriptions of important places via the Smithsonian Castle’s panoramic cam, which captures everything from Washington Monument to the US Capitol Building. It is not a live stream.
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Enjoy the view from Smithsonian Castle’s North Flag Tower to National Mall in Washington, D.C. The webcam captures the process of revitalization and offers shots of many important places in Washington, D.C. You can see for example the Washington Monument or the US Capitol Building. It is not possible to control the National Mall live cam so you have to wait for the individual shots. You can look at the static images in the archive.
Watch the lives of two eagles - male Justice and female Liberty - directly from their nest located on an oak tree next to Metropolitan Police Academy. The oldest eagle nest live cam in Washington, D.C. is run by Earth Conservation Corps and Metropolitan Police Department. The broadcast from eagle nest webcam is in HD quality and offers interesting shots of the natural behavior of both eagles.
The live cam at Tidal Basin captures cherry blossoms around the dam in all their beauty. Washington D.C. received this impressive gift from Japan as a symbol of growing friendship between the USA and Japan. On the Cherry Blossoms webcam, you can see crowds of people taking a walk alongside the Tidal Basin.
The static panoramic cam at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. displays in detail the building and its surroundings. If you zoom in the picture you can see several National Mall memorials. On the right side of the picture, there is the Washington Monument.
The Washington Monument is a memorial built in honor of George Washington. The big white obelisk at the western end of National Mall in Washington, D.C. is the highest construction in the city. The Washington Monument webcam captures the memorial in all its height. At the end of the day, you may see the sunset in the picture.
Take a look from the 500 feet tall Washington Monument to Lincoln Memorial. The Washington Monument live cam offers a panoramic view of the western part of Washington, D.C. You can see the World War II Memorial, Reflecting Pool and Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in the picture.