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The White house
In 1942, during World War II, the East Wing was built as we see it today. It was erected above the underground Presidential Emergency Operations Center.
The most serious reconstruction of the White House was carried out in 1949 – 1952, under the thirty-third US President Harry Truman. By this time, the load-bearing walls and wooden beams of the building were in disrepair, and in order to save the building, a new, steel, load-bearing frame was built. At that time, the interior premises were also almost completely rebuilt.
Jacqueline Kennedy, the wife of the thirty-fifth President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, made very big changes to the interior of the White House. With the help of leading experts in antiques and design, she decorated the White House with antique furniture, paintings and other valuable items.
Almost every presidential family that moves into the White House makes some changes to the interiors of this state residence. True, all these changes are coordinated with specialists in the preservation of historical heritage, architecture, decorative arts and design, members of the White House Preservation Committee. Traditionally, this committee is chaired by the wife of the President, the First Lady of the United States.
Today the White House is a six-story building with an area of more than five thousand square meters, it has one hundred and thirty- two rooms and thirty-five bathrooms, four hundred and twelve doors and one hundred and forty-seven windows, twenty-eight fireplaces, eight staircases, three elevators, a tennis court, a bowling alley, cinema, jogging track, swimming pool and many other facilities and services.
The White House consists of the central part, the Residence of the President, in which the “first family” lives and various official and solemn events are held, and the East and West wings connected to it by porticos (colonnades).
The White House complex, in addition to the building itself, includes the Rose Garden, the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, the North and South Lawns. All together they form a park with an area of about 7.3 hectares.