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  • Phone: (301) 599-9400
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    »Show Place Arena

    This oval-shaped building has a maximum capacity of 5,200 and hosts a large variety of sporting events, concerts and trade shows. Its large space allows itself to easily covert into 3 banquet or meeting rooms for other celebrations. Check their website for a calendar of events and ticketing information.Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park

    14900 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Upper Malboro, MD 20772

    »Community of Hope AME

    A member of the African Episcopal Methodist Church, Community of Hope AME is an integral part of the local community. Both a place of worship and a community center the church holds service on Sundays at 8.00am, 10.00am and 12.00pm. The church also has Bible Studies on Wednesday evenings at 7.00pm. The church is an important part of community life, and has several youth and outreach programs like Youth Inc. For additional details, visit the website.

    3701 Branch Avenue
    Temple Hills, MD 20748

    »Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex

    The Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex is a well-equipped sports facility that also houses the Wayne K. Curry Sports & Learning Center. The complex is facilitated with a gym, gymnastic training area, water sports training, a track field as well as a learning center that is open to schools and libraries. A few spaces in the center are also available on rent for private events. Do contact them for rental as well as training details.

    8001 Sheriff Road
    Landover, MD 20785

    »St. Thomas' Church

    Nestled in Croom, Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in Maryland. The construction of the church began in 1743, and was completed two years later in 1745. It was designed by Daniel Page in the Gregorian style, and was known as the 'Page Chapel' until the mid-19th Century. Thomas John Clagett, the first Episcopal Bishop of Maryland, served at this church. In 1888, a bell tower was added in his name. The 19th Century also saw Victorian architectural additions made to the Gregorian structure.

    14070 Brandywine Road
    Croom, MD 20613

    »St. John's Episcopal Church

    The St. John's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Fort Washington, in the state of Maryland. Built in 1767, the brick building of the church features a hip roof with a gentle slope and Gothic Revival style exteriors. It holds the distinction of being one of the oldest churches in the county. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

    9801 Livingston Road
    Fort Washington, MD 20744

    »Yellow Cab Company of D.C.

    For the last 75 years, Yellow Cab Company of D.C—a family owned and operated company—is been providing top-notch service to the city and its surrounding areas. Its fleet of 600 cabs offers 24-hour service for any type of transportation. The radio dispatch and GPS system enables rapid, reliable and secure service. Professionalism combined with efficiency makes it one of the leading companies.

    1636 Bladensburg Road Northeast
    Washington, DC 20002

    »Lutheran Church of the Reformation

    Established in 1869, Lutheran Church of the Reformation stands tall as of the oldest churches around town with a rich history attached with it. Catering to the beliefs of the Reformation, the church follows a secular worship approach. The church has many ministries working towards different fields like music and arts, youth and family, community and so on. Events here include choirs, symphonies, community events and so on. See the website for more information.

    212 East Capitol Street
    Washington , DC 20003

    »Drivers Provider International

    A chauffeur and limousine service worldwide since 1983.

    P.O. Box 536
    Bowie, Maryland 20716

    »Kellogg Conference Center

    The Kellogg Conference Center is located at the Kellogg Conference Hotel in Washington. With the latest facilities and an exquisite environment, this is an ideal place for a business conference or meeting. The auditorium at the Kellogg Conference Center can seat upto 325 people. Apart from the auditorium, there are several other conference rooms and a grand ballroom available as well. With internet access in every conference room and screen projections possible, this is definitely a well-facilitated place for a meeting or event.

    800 Florida Avenue Northeast
    Washington, DC 20002

    »Mount Rainier Historic District

    Mount Rainier Historic District recognizes the historic homes and structures of this city. The rugged landscape of Mount Rainier led to construction of unique houses among its early settlers, and most of the historic district is comprised of these historic houses. Besides this, the district also includes a few churches and a bank building.

    1 Municipal Place
    Baltimore, MD 20712

    »Canadian Embassy in Washington

    This is the main diplomatic mission to the United States located on the famous Pennsylvania Avenue. The Canadian Embassy in Washington is the only embassy built very close to the Capitol. The site was once a Ford dealership but now has been transformed into the embassy. There is a domed roof that is supported by the columns. If a person is standing in the center of the area under the dome, any noise they make is reflected and focused back. The embassy is only open for those needing assistance in migration or visas.

    501 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC 20001

    »St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Alexandria, Virginia. The church was built in 1818, and designed by famed architect Benjamin Latrobe in what is now an excellent example of Gothic Revival architecture. The church features three equal arches at its entrance, and parts of the church have undergone minor modifications over the years. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

    228 South Pitt Street
    Alexandria, VA 22314
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