Washington D.C.: a living city

United States, 1976

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Washington D.C. is a city of contrasts - past and present, church and cabaret, airports and railways, parks for baseball and riding bicycles and hikers.The city is cultural aswell, the National Gallery of Art is visited, the Netherlands Carrillion heard and the National Symphony plays in a park on a summers day. Script by Herbert R. Rosen, photographed by Foster Wiley, edited by David Powell, music by Berie and Fred Cherney, commentary by Barton Heyman. Produced for the Washington Area Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.

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