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Washington's New Landmark

The Newseum building, which opens to the public April 11, is one of downtown's grandest architectural projects in the last decade. The museum chronicles the history of the media, from the early days of print to the digital age.

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Article | Seen from the front, the large stone tablet affixed to the Newseum building on Pennsylvania Avenue looks like a piece of newsprint. It is 74 feet high, emblazoned with the 45 words of the First Amendment, and its rectangular shape suggests the dimensions of a conventional broadsheet newspaper. Bu...
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Article | The new incarnation of the Newseum is dazzling, innovative and absorbing, a first-class addition to the capital's cultural institutions.

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