The White House
The East Wing was built during World War II in order to hide the construction of an underground bunker to be used in emergencies. The bunker has come to be known as the Presidential Emergency Operations Center.
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It was on November 1, 1800 that John Adams took up residence at the White House
, a then unfinished building in the heart of Washington, D.C. Despite some additions and minor changes, the exterior of the main structure has remained much as it was two centuries ago. As ... More »
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