Le cimetière du Congrès (en anglais : Congressional Cemetery), également connu sous le nom de Washington Parish Burial Ground, est un cimetière américain situé au 1801 E Street SE à Washington, D.C., sur la rive ouest de l'Anacostia.De nombreux membres du Congrès des États-Unis morts alors que le Congrès était en session sont enterrés dans le cimetière du Congrès.

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  • Le cimetière du Congrès (en anglais : Congressional Cemetery), également connu sous le nom de Washington Parish Burial Ground, est un cimetière américain situé au 1801 E Street SE à Washington, D.C., sur la rive ouest de l'Anacostia.De nombreux membres du Congrès des États-Unis morts alors que le Congrès était en session sont enterrés dans le cimetière du Congrès. Le cimetière accueille également les sépultures des premiers propriétaires fonciers et spéculateurs, des bâtisseurs et architectes des débuts de Washington, des diplomates amérindiens, des maires de Washington et des vétérans de la guerre de Sécession. En tout, un Vice-président, un Juge de la Cour suprême, six membres du Cabinet, 19 Sénateurs et 71 Représentants (dont un ancien Président de la Chambre des représentants) y sont enterrés, ainsi que des vétérans de chacune des guerres auxquelles ont participé les États-Unis, et le premier directeur du Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover.Le cimetière a été inscrit sur le National Register of Historic Places le 23 juin 1969 et déclaré National Historic Landmark en 2011.
  • Cmentarz Kongresowy (ang. Congressional Cemetery) – historyczny cmentarz w Waszyngtonie przy brzegu rzeki Anacostia. Na jego terenie pochowani są ludzie, którzy przyczynili się do powstania i rozwoju Stanów Zjednoczonych oraz miasta Waszyngton (w tym wódz Czoktawów Pushmataha, aktorka kina niemego Mary Fuller i dyrektor FBI John Edgar Hoover), politycy i przedsiębiorcy, setki weteranów wojen, a także dziewiętnastu senatorów i siedemdziesięciu dziewięciu członków Izby Reprezentantów Stanów Zjednoczonych, którzy zmarli zasiadając w Kongresie Stanów Zjednoczonych. Ponadto na terenie cmentarza znajduje się sto dwadzieścia jednakowych pomników według projektu Benjamina Latrobe upamiętniających członków Kongresu pochowanych gdzie indziej.Pierwszym członkiem Kongresu pochowanym na cmentarzu był senator Uriah Tracy ze stanu Connecticut, który zmarł 19 lipca 1807 roku i został pochowany dzień później. Oprócz członków Kongresu na cmentarzu pochowane są liczne inne osoby, takie jak burmistrzowie Waszyngtonu, dyplomaci czy weterani wojny secesyjnej. W 1969 roku cmentarz został wpisany do krajowego rejestru zabytków.Ciekawostką jest, że członkowie Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery (APHCC), liczącego ok. pięciuset wolontariuszy stowarzyszenia opiekującego się cmentarzem, mają przywilej spacerowania po nim z psami bez smyczy.
  • The Congressional Cemetery or Washington Parish Burial Ground is a historic and active cemetery located at 1801 E Street, SE, in Washington, D.C., on the west bank of the Anacostia River. It is the only American "cemetery of national memory" founded before the Civil War.Over 65,000 individuals are buried or memorialized at the cemetery, including many who helped form the nation and the city of Washington in the early 19th century.Though the cemetery is privately owned, the U.S. government owns 806 burial plots administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Congress, located about a mile and a half (2.4 km) to the northwest, has greatly influenced the history of the cemetery. The cemetery still sells plots, and is an active burial ground. From the Washington Metro, the cemetery lies three blocks east of the Potomac Avenue station and two blocks south of the Stadium-Armory station.Many members of the U.S. Congress who died while Congress was in session are interred at Congressional Cemetery. Other burials include early landowners and speculators, the builders and architects of early Washington, Native American diplomats, Washington mayors, and Civil War veterans. Nineteenth-century Washington, D.C. families unaffiliated with the federal government also have graves and tombs at the cemetery.In all, there are one Vice-President, one Supreme Court Justice, six Cabinet Members, 19 Senators and 71 Representatives - including a former Speaker of the House, buried there; as well as veterans of every American war, and the first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover. The cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 23, 1969 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 2011.
  • Il Cimitero del Congresso (in inglese: Congressional Cemetery o Washington Parish Burial Ground) è un cimitero storico di Washington ancora attivo sulla riva occidentale del fiume Anacostia. È l'unico "cimitero della memoria nazionale" americano fondato prima della guerra civile americana. Più di 65.000 persone sono sepolte o inumate nel cimitero, tra cui molti che hanno contribuito a formare la nazione e la città di Washington nel XIX secolo.Anche se il cimitero è di proprietà privata, il governo degli Stati Uniti possiede 806 appezzamenti di sepoltura amministrati dal Dipartimento degli Affari dei Veterani degli Stati Uniti d'America. Il Congresso statunitense, che si trova circa 2,4 km a nord-ovest, ha fortemente influenzato la storia del cimitero. Il cimitero vende ancora terreni ed è un luogo di sepoltura attivo. Dalla metropolitana di Washington, il cimitero si trova a tre isolati a est della stazione di Potomac Avenue e a due isolati a sud della stazione di Stadium-Armory.Molti membri del Congresso degli Stati Uniti, che sono morti mentre il Congresso era in seduta, sono sepolti al Cimitero del Congresso. Altre sepolture sono dei primi proprietari terrieri e speculatori, i costruttori e gli architetti della giovane Washington, diplomatici nativi americani, sindaci di Washington e veterani della guerra civile. Al cimitero vi sono anche loculi e tombe di famiglie ottocentesche di Washington non affiliate col governo federale.In tutto vi sono un Vicepresidente statunitense, un giudice della Corte Suprema, 6 Deputati del Gabinetto, 19 Senatori e 71 Rappresentanti (incluso un ex-presidente della Camera sepolto lì) così come i veterani di ogni guerra americana e il primo direttore della Federal Bureau of Investigation, John Edgar Hoover. Il cimitero è stato inserito nel Registro nazionale dei luoghi storici il 23 giugno 1969 e designato come Monumento storico nazionale nel 2011.Il cimitero di recente a luglio 2012 si è munito dei codici QRpedia per attrarre più visitatori al fine di far conoscere tutte le personalità più importanti lì sepolte.
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  • Le cimetière du Congrès (en anglais : Congressional Cemetery), également connu sous le nom de Washington Parish Burial Ground, est un cimetière américain situé au 1801 E Street SE à Washington, D.C., sur la rive ouest de l'Anacostia.De nombreux membres du Congrès des États-Unis morts alors que le Congrès était en session sont enterrés dans le cimetière du Congrès.
  • Cmentarz Kongresowy (ang. Congressional Cemetery) – historyczny cmentarz w Waszyngtonie przy brzegu rzeki Anacostia.
  • The Congressional Cemetery or Washington Parish Burial Ground is a historic and active cemetery located at 1801 E Street, SE, in Washington, D.C., on the west bank of the Anacostia River. It is the only American "cemetery of national memory" founded before the Civil War.Over 65,000 individuals are buried or memorialized at the cemetery, including many who helped form the nation and the city of Washington in the early 19th century.Though the cemetery is privately owned, the U.S.
  • Il Cimitero del Congresso (in inglese: Congressional Cemetery o Washington Parish Burial Ground) è un cimitero storico di Washington ancora attivo sulla riva occidentale del fiume Anacostia. È l'unico "cimitero della memoria nazionale" americano fondato prima della guerra civile americana.
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