It’s been three years since the East Coast earthquake struck Maryland and Washington DC. Now work is finally being done to make repairs on one of the capital’s centerpieces.
It took nearly three years and $15 million to do it but Monday, the Washington Monument is once again open to the public.
Nearly three years after an earthquake shook the nation’s capital, the Washington Monument will finally reopen to the public.
The National Park Service is working to reopen the Washington Monument in May after a lengthy closure to repair damage from an earthquake in 2011.
Mysterious tremors shake people in Ocean City, Md. Fears of an earthquake or an explosion spread fast on social media.
Surveyors are checking to make sure that the Washington Monument is still 555 feet, 5 1/8 inches tall.
Another setback for an American treasure—the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. Two years after an earthquake cracked and crumbled parts of the structure, the cost of repairs has grown to $26 million.
Making the most of a monument under repair. Two years ago, an earthquake damaged the Washington Monument, closing it off to visitors.
It’s a view of the Washington Monument in D.C. like you’ve never seen before. This week crews topped off the scaffolding needed to fix damage caused by 2011’s earthquake.
After months of repairs following the East Coast earthquake, Baltimore’s historic Basilica is set to reopen–just in time for Easter.
Workers have started building scaffolding around the 555-foot-tall Washington Monument to make repairs to the damaged stonework following a 2011 earthquake.
Get ready to rumble. Millions in the United States and several countries are set to participate in an earthquake preparedness drill Thursday.