The Washington monument
the Washington monument
The Washington Monument at 550ft 6inches is the tallest.
The washington monument in don town dc in the dc mall
Unfortunately there are no true skyscrapers in Washington DC. By law the tallest structure must be shorter than the Washington Monument (at 550 ft).
Washington DC is not known for having especially tall buildings; it's rather on the squat side for a city of its size. The Hughes Memorial Tower, a radio tower used by WDCW TV and the Washington DC police department, is the tallest structure in the city. At 761 feet it's more than 200 feet taller than the Washington Monument (555 ft), the tallest structure in DC that isn't a radio tower. The tallest building (the Washington Monument is not considered a "building") is the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (a Catholic church, if you couldn't guess from the name) at 329 feet.
No. The tallest temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) is the Washington DC temple (actually located in Maryland). The tallest spire of this temple is 288 feet.
the biggest two are lincolin and the big tall green lady
The Washington Monument is the largest building in D.C, standing at 555ft and 5 1/8 inches tall
Washington dc is not a state.