Photographs of the John F Kennedy Memorial Center for the Performing Arts Washington DC

Photographs of the modern facade of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Center for the Performing Arts from Rock Creek Trail

 

 

A brief history:

 

  • The Kennedy Center was named in honour of the thirty-fifth, President of the United States, John F. Kennedy and completed on September 8th, 1971.

 

  • The colossal arts centre was designed by Edward Durrell Stone and houses several theatres including the; Opera House, Concert Hall, Eisenhower Theater & Family Theater.

 

  • The Kennedy Center also has a lower and upper rooftop terrace providing 360-degree views across the Potomac River & Washington, D.C, the lower western terrace is known as the JFK Terrace and overlooks the Potomac River.

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