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The White House - Red Room

Main  Dinning Room

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Green  Room
East  Room
Blue  Room
Diplomatic  Reception  Room
South Lawn  View

Ground and First Level of the White House

The White House
Blue Room

The White House
South Lawn

The red in this room rather than history, makes the first impression. The Red Room is often used as a sitting room and reception.  During the presidency of President Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809), this room was known as the "President's Antechamber", the room next to his office and set aside for those with appointments with the president. In the 19th century,
this room was known as a Music Room.  If you look carefully to the right of the fireplace you will notice the music stand.

NOTE: To be able to view a 360 panorama of the Blue Room, place your mouse over the picture, top left, click and hold than you can move left or right and up and down.  To  Zoom Out  ( Control  Key ) Zoom In ( Shift Key )

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