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U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial

Overlooking the Potomac River at the entrance to Arlington National Cemetery, this statue of Marines raising the American flag on Japanese soil after the Battle of Iwo Jima is dedicated to the military service of U.S. Marines since 1775. Sculpted by ... 

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World War II Memorial

November 2012

Irene
USA

This was so pretty! There are 56 pillars in total.

Washington Monument and Reflecting Pool

November 2012

Irene
USA

Can you tell that this was the coldest day of my life?

Marine Corps War Memorial

November 2012

Irene
USA

I'm so small compared to the size of this statue

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

November 2012

Irene
USA

Almost at the tomb

Air Force Memorial

November 2012

Irene
USA

Honoring the Air Force. He is happy to be with his people :D

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

November 2012

Irene
USA

We were really excited to get to the Changing of the Guard at the tomb...can you tell?

Arlington Cemetery

November 2012

Irene
USA

There were so many gravestones at this cemetery. Can't even put into words the feeling of being up there.

The White House

July 2015

One of the highlights of the tour

End-of-the-Night Selfie

June 2015

Selfie with Linda our tour guide at the end of the night

Marine Corps Memorial

May 2015

As background, you may want to read Flag of My Fathers. It will explain in detail who the Marines are in this Memorial.

Eisenhower Executive Building

April 2015

Walked from White House past Eisenhower Building to bus

Capital

April 2015

Under construction from west front lawn

WW II

April 2015

World War II Memorial

Washington Monument

April 2015

Not part of tour so had to hurry to get this shot

Jefferson Memorial

April 2015

View of Jefferson Memorial during tour

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