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Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Three Servicemen Statues
21st Street, NW and Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
"1984 addition. Sculptor Frederick E. Hart was former apprentice to master carver of Washington National Cathedral. Hart took 3rd place in competition for original memorial. More site info via<LINK>"
Korean War Veterans Memorial
10 Daniel French Dr SW (at Independence Ave SW)
"Best time to view this monument is at dusk. Very powerful. 🇺🇸"
2 Lincoln Memorial Circle NW (btwn Constitution Ave NW & Independence Ave SW)
"Great to watch the sunset and people watch. Make sure to grab a spot in the steps at least an hour before sunset. Sunrise is beautiful too."
Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
W Potomac Park (btwn Lincoln & World War II Memorials)
"Great place to bike to! Lots of history surrounds this spot. Accessible to Capital Bikeshare station. Also, within biking distance of Arlington, which is right across the bridge."
World War II Memorial
1750 Independence Ave SW (at 17th St SW)
"One of the newer memorials, but a definite "must-see". Located directly between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. Very scenic!"
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW (btwn 15th St NW & 17th St NW)
"That's the best place to see in Washington. The view is amazing and the gardens are beautiful."
100 Lenfant Plz SW (btwn Constitution Ave NW & Independence Ave SW)
"The view from the top is A MUST ! Totally worth waking up early in the morning. Best view of Washington you'll ever get."
Must see places in Washington, D.C.
Created by Arletha (Candy) Myers46 items • 400 followers
National Mall Tour
Created by HISTORY21 items • 691 followers
Places that are checked off my Bucket List!
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