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Ban lifted on photos during White House tours

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Published on July 03, 2015 with No Comments

The White House has lifted a 40-year ban on visitors taking photos, and much-prized selfies, on tours of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Tourists to “the People`s House” are now greeted with a changed sign saying “Photography is Encouraged.”
The First Lady Michelle Obama announced the decision to the broader public on her Instagram account, ceremoniously ripping up the previous “No Photos” sign.
But there are a few catches: Flashes and video recording or streaming is still prohibited.


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