U.S. Capitol - Inauguration 2013
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U.S. Capitol - Inauguration 2013

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Note:  This is a 360 X 180 degree panorama.  You can rotate the image right/left/up/down. Washington, D.C., Inauguration weekend at the U.S. Capitol.  This was a time for last minute preparations on the stage and for media representatives to evaluate their vantage points for coverage of the ceremony.

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