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It was definitely worth seeing as an impressive monument in its own right and also for its placement at the end of the Reflecting Pool with the Washington Monument way down at the other end.
I was there on a Friday morning and there were...More
This amazing memorial gives proper homage to one of our nation’s greatest Presidents! Students are drawn into the history books as the highly detailed image of Lincoln seated - certainly among our most beloved and recognized statues - is surrounded by his famous speeches.
There is nothing quite like the Lincoln Memorial. Anywhere. The setting and design of the temple, Daniel Chester French’s statue, with excerpts from his Gettysburg and Second Inaugual speeches on the walls, left and right. Turn around for a sweeping view of the National Mall
This is one of the more popular sites in Washington. For a different experience, visit either at night under the lights or early in the morning. Why not go for an early morning run.
One morning, we met a bunch of Army recruits on a...More
You got to spend at least 20 minutes at c each monument to absorb it. You should be able to cover all 4 monuments in 2 hours. I am including the walk time too and assuming that you will start at Vietnam memorial... More
You got to spend at least 20 minutes at c each monument to absorb it. You should be able to cover all 4 monuments in 2 hours. I am including the walk time too and assuming that you will start at Vietnam memorial. Please do visit the world War memorial too which is on the way only. Once you are at Washington Monument you can really pace up to walk towards Capitol. You can add another 20 minutes for the white house if you want to start from there.