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Capitol Hill (USA). 'You’re welcome to go inside the mighty, white-domed edifice and count the statues, ogle the frescoes and visit the chambers of the folks who run the country. Afterward, call on the neighbors. The Supreme Court and Library of Congress also reside up here, across the street from the Capitol.'

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View Of The Front Entrance

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Marble, drape and justice: inside the U.S. Supreme Court

A circular staircase is seen in the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, U.S. January (Photo by Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

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The Diverse Architecture of Washington, DC

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The Temple of Mars Ultor in Rome as it was. It was used for the design of the facade of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington D.C.

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Explore a Building of Blind Justice

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Washington DC

It was 125 years ago today that the first Judiciary Act was passed by Congress and signed by George Washington.

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Cherokee National Museum

The Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum in Tahlequah is one of the oldest government buildings in Oklahoma and the site of the state's first newspaper put out by the Cherokee Nation. Stop by to learn about the Cherokee Judicial System, the Cherokee language and more.

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