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The Library of Congress is the largest library in the United States and one of the largest libraries in the world, located in Washington D.C., the capital of the United States. It was established by an act of Congress in 1800, and it currently houses over 170 million items, including books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, recordings, and more.
The Library of Congress is divided into three buildings: the Thomas Jefferson Building, the John Adams Building, and the James Madison Memorial Building. The Thomas Jefferson Building is the oldest and most iconic building, featuring ornate architecture and decorations that reflect the Library's commitment to education and scholarship.
Inside the Library of Congress, visitors can explore a wide range of collections and exhibitions, including rare books and manuscripts, historical documents, and special exhibitions that highlight different aspects of American history and culture. Visitors can also take part in educational programs and events, such as lectures, workshops, and tours.
The Library of Congress serves as the research library for Congress and the American people, providing access to a wealth of information and resources that help advance knowledge and understanding of the world. Its collections are open to the public, and visitors are encouraged to explore the Library's vast holdings and learn more about the history and culture of the United States.
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