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  Manassas Park, VA
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  Prince William County, VA
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  Shenandoah County, VA
  Spotsylvania County, VA
  Stafford County, VA
  Warren County, VA
  Washington County, MD
  Westmoreland County, VA
  Winchester City, VA
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Historic Cobble Pavers in Washington DC...

When you take a walking tour of Old Town Alexandria, Washington DC, you will enjoy and take in the many historical elements and buildings which have been preserved so that generations to come can appreciate the history of such an old town of DC. The buildings have been noted for their original Georgian architecture and have been restored and preserved to maintain their eighteenth century appearance.
Historical Cobble Pavers

You will also notice that there are several streets where driving is banned, the reason for this is that there are some streets that still have original cobblestone pavers. The pavers are authentic eighteenth century cobble, therefore driving is prohibited so as to preserve these historical artifacts. This just goes to show that pavers and paving stones have been used for so long and are still popular pavement materials today.

Washington DC ’s Belgian Blocks

Belgian Block Pavers
A member of Team Goethe, Frank Wagner, happened to come across some very old paving stones in a construction site in Washington DC. These paving stones are said to date back to the nineteenth century when a man named Cluss work on paving the streets of DC. These pavers are known as Belgian Block’s and now being showed in exhibitions in DC and Heilbronn.

Restoration of The Treasury Building...

The Treasury Building of DC underwent a massive exterior restoration program, which was completed in late 2000. this was the largest scale restoration in ninety years. The main aim of the program was to carefully clean all of the granite, marble and sandstone surfaces and also to repair any damages in order to bring them back to their original appearance.

Wherever needed, paving stones were re-set or re-laid, and cobble stone pavers were also repaired. All statues and features were also cleaned of all corrosion and paint, and metal was re-painted where required.

About Washington DC, DC....

The state of Washington DC was named on the 16 th July 1790. This state was named after George Washington who was a military leader and the first president of USA. It is the capital state in the United State of America. DC is the abbreviation to District of Columbia.
The flag of Washington, D.C.

The name District of Columbia originated from an old poetic name for USA. The population for this state is 563,384 as at 2003.

The USA Federal Government of all three branches is in Washington DC as well as Federal Agencies and this state is the headquarters for the World Bank. When it comes to political issues and demonstrator protests Washington DC is more likely the place where it will happen.

There are a number of museums, National Landmarks and sports teams in this state that attract visitors from USA and tourist from all over the world. The Jefferson Memorial and Lincoln Memorial are a famous landmark as well as the White House.

The National Mall in Washington DC is a large open area in the center of the city that connects the White House and The United States Capital Buildings which feature many monuments to American leaders from the past to the present. Another attraction to this state is the Art Gallery’s that are also popular.

For more information go to The official website for the state of Washington DC