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The Newseum is probably the best museum in Washington D.C. This museum is educational and fun.  What I most like on this museum was the story about the Twin towers it was impacting. I saw it two times, and I liked it too much. Outside of the little movie theater they have the actual Twin tower antenna, it looks it is much destructed but it is just because it fell down from all of that height.  There was a wall beside the antenna were they were some newspapers of all parts of the world with the headline of what happened in september 11.

There was another Newseum originally in Rosslyn, Virginia, but the newseum attracted too much people that they moved across the Potomac River into Washington D.C on Pennsylvania Avenue. The entrance to the Newseum is free.

There is a part on the museum dedicated to all the tragedies that are happening in the world, that the world is suffering, for example the food is problems for Africa, or the battles that are taking of, and lots of people dyng.  Besides all of this there was on a side a men made out of wax, that look so real I thought he was going to scold me.

What I liked a lot of this museum was that you could do a video in the which you are a reporter, and simulate you are recording, in my case on The White House. I record with Alberto Vallejo, Oscar Dominguez, and I think qe did a great job. Ill send you the video Mr. Watson.

When we were going to the newseum I felt not so happy cause I didnít want to go to museums anymore but after that I felt so glad I went actually to the newseum cause it was an advnture I will probably not experience anymore.

 

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