Eight beautiful facts about Washington's Cherry Blossoms
Eight facts to learn about the National Cherry Blossom Festival
For two weeks each year, the Japanese Cherry Blossom trees along the Potomac in Washington D.C. receive national attention. Why? Because, though it is a brief span of time, the Potomac and the Tidal Basin become something of their own national monument for the two weeks when the trees are in bloom. The beauteous trees that have inspired an annual festival also provide astounding ornamentation for the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial. Here are eight facts to supplement your kick-start your Cherry Blossom Festival interests!
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