100 years of presidential inaugurations in 2 minutes

(CNN) - Inauguration Day is just around the corner.

This year, it falls on Sunday. President  Barack Obama will take the oath of office that day at the White House.

Then, the bigger, ceremonial swearing-in and inaugural address will take place the next day at the Capitol.

The inaugural address to the public has become an American tradition.

Here is a look at presidents taking the oath of office in the last 100 years.

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