The Monuments That Were Never Built

"Unbuilt Washington," the newest exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C, highlights over 100 architectural projects proposed for the nation’s capital since 1791.

Pictured is John Russell Pope’s 1912 bizarre proposal for the Lincoln Memorial. Photo courtesy of the National Archives

The Monuments That Were Never Built

"Unbuilt Washington," the newest exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C, highlights over 100 architectural projects proposed for the nation’s capital since 1791.

Pictured is John Russell Pope’s 1912 bizarre proposal for the Lincoln Memorial. Photo courtesy of the National Archives

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