The Tourists' Guide To Washington D.C. During our Washington road show, a group of AMA producers interviewed tourists at famous memorials and monuments. Based on clips from those interviews, our contestants try to guess the landmark.
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The Tourists' Guide To Washington D.C.

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The Tourists' Guide To Washington D.C.

The Tourists' Guide To Washington D.C.

The Tourists' Guide To Washington D.C.

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What DC landmark "looks a little bit like a missile?" During our Washington road show, a group of intrepid AMA producers interviewed tourists at famous memorials and monuments. Based on clips from those interviews, our contestants try to guess the landmark.

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