The Capitol is the seat of the US Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and the city planning center of the District of Columbia. It connects to the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial by the 1800-meter National Mall. To the east of the parliamentary center lie the Library of Congress and the seat of the U.S. Supreme Court (until 1935, Supreme Court sessions were held in the Capitol itself). The US Congress building, located on the hill of the same name. It appeared together with the White House in 1800. The building was built in a solemn classical style. The name “Capitol” was taken from the Roman Empire and had a deep meaning. Just as the ancient Capitol Hill towered above the Eternal City, the American Capitol claims to dominate everywhere.