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US Capitol Visitors Center, Emancipation Hall
Washington, DC

This facility is located under the plaza visible in the satellite image. The two black rectangles you see in the satellite image are the skylights visible in either end of this hall.

Follow the link below for visitors' information

http://www.visitthecapitol.gov/

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