Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

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The Ronald Reagan Building

The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, is a large federal building and foreign trade organization center located in Washington, D.C.. It was opened on May 8, 1998.[1]

It is named after former United States President Ronald Reagan. It is the first federal building in Washington, D.C. designed for both governmental and private society reasons. It is the second largest government building in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

A piece of the Berlin Wall is in the building.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Peter Behr; Kenneth Lelen (June 5, 1997). "Reagan Building Nears Its Debut; Five Years in the Making, Federal Offices to Begin Opening Next Month". The Washington Post.
  2. Attractions

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