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Truman Balcony

Truman Balcony

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Truman Balcony, Balcony in the White House

Description: The Truman Balcony is a small balcony located on the second-floor of the White House, directly above the Blue Room.

History: It was added to the White House by President Harry S. Truman in 1947-48.

Culture: The balcony provides a sweeping view of the Washington Monument and the National Mall, often used for White House ceremonies.

Practical: Despite initial criticism, it has been used by every president since Truman for rest and relaxation.

Did you know ?: It's the only balcony on the White House's south face.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Source: Wikimedia

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Truman Balcony Balcony in the White House

The Truman Balcony is a small balcony located on the second-floor of the White House, directly above the Blue Room.

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Truman Balcony Balcony in the White House
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Blue Room
Blue Room Formal reception room in the White House.
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Map Room
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