This Is What 8 Famous Monuments Look Like on the Inside

This Is What 8 Famous Monuments Look Like on the Inside

If you haven't had the opportunity to travel to these famous sites—or even if you have, but have just seen the exterior—you've probably always wondered what they look like on the inside.

Looking at the inside

The White House in Washington, DCChris Parypa Photography/Shutterstock

If you've been lucky enough to travel to all of these famous locations, you've probably gotten a good look at and a bunch of pictures of the outside of each icon, but do you know what the inside of these structures look like? Angie's List created these images to allow people to see these architectural wonders in a new light. Take a look at these monuments in a way you've never seen them before.

The White House

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The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave in Washington, D.C. and is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States—every president since John Adams has lived there. The architect of the building was James Hoban and construction was completed in 1800. These famous monuments are hiding little-known secrets.

Inside the White House

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On this cutaway image, you're able to get an inside look at the State Dining Room, the Red Room, the Green Room, and the East Room. You can also get a glimpse into the third floor of the White House which is known as the Residence Villa, where the first family relaxes.

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