[ltr]Trump is going to pray here as his predecessors before his inauguration as president (Photo)[/ltr][ltr]
Washington-Iraq Press -20 January: US President -elect prepares Donald Trump, to begin his duties officially on Friday, amid unprecedented security measures taking place in Washington.
According to the American tradition, presidents attend newly elected Mass in the church of "St. John" Episcopal, yellow edifice Shamekh.
And it was attended by president of the American presidents , who led the government since the era of James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, a mass at least one.
And it will keep the president - elect Donald Trump on the tradition begun by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 to attend Mass at the Inauguration Day morning.
He will also attend the Mass , Vice President - elect and the new ministers and their wives as well, with the Trump family members sitting in the seat 54 (Pew 54), reserved for the head of which bears his name plate.
Trump is not a seat in the first row, but in the eighth from the back row, according to the site , "Sher America , " the US State Department.
And built the church, which is called the "Church of the Presidents," the year 1816, and designed by the architect of the Capitol Benjamin Aterpfy building in the penultimate year of the presidency of Madison.
The appropriate location one of the reasons why the church, which is a National Historic Landmark, is gaining her title.
He was President George H. W. Bush and several other presidents regularly pray at the Church of St. John over two centuries.
And it was attended by Lyndon Johnson in the church memorial service request residence a day after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963.
Latrobe designed the Church of St. John in the form of a Greek cross with a carousel and a small dome roof, and this part is still preserved, but the design of Latrobe've made changes shortly after the addition of the nave and porch columns and the bell tower time.
The day the yellow church, which is surrounded by office buildings, landmark Bomaytha and its tower , which gives it the character of New England, and is separated from the White House lawn only Lafayette Park and Pennsylvania Avenue, rises the Washington Monument towering behind the presidential palace.
The church can accommodate the 600 people inside and on the porch, it is an active Abarchih, not a museum, and the number of registered members of the Alabarchih 1200 lists.
Forecasts indicate that the number of arrivals up to Washington for more than a million people came to celebrate either Petramb or to demonstrate against him.