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  • 1

    Lincoln Memorial

    Lincoln Memorial Cir SW and 23rd st NW, Washington, DC 20037
    191 reviews

    Very beautiful. Next to reflection pool and the famous MLK "I have a dream speech". Must visit if you ever tour in Washington, DC.

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    Washington Monument

    15th Street NW and Madison Dr NW, Washington, DC 20004
    188 reviews

    Iconic monument in the heart of the national mall. Still under repairs from the earthquake so you can't go to the top, but it is still pretty cool

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  • 3

    Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Henry Bacon Drive NW and Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
    97 reviews

    This memorial is very moving. It's surreal to see so many names on the wall. It's gorgeous, as well.

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  • 4

    Thomas Jefferson Memorial

    E Basin Dr SW and Ohio Dr SW, Washington, DC 20024
    77 reviews

    A very pretty memorial. Located by the tidal basin, it's a great one to stop by while walking around, enjoying the outdoors.

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  • 5

    National World War II Memorial

    17th Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20037
    64 reviews

    It's a beautiful memorial. And pretty big. Located close to the Washington Memorial, so it's easy to get to.

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  • 6

    Korean War Veterans Memorial

    Daniel C French Dr SW and Lincoln Memorial Circle SW, Washington, DC 20037
    42 reviews

    This moving memorial honoring those that fought and were lost in the Korean War is so realistic looking, especially at dusk.

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  • 7

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

    W. Basin Drive South West, Washington, DC 20037
    39 reviews

    This one of four major sites that talk about President FDR and one of only two National Park Units. This starts in the beginning of his presidency goes through four stages. In where you learn about FDR and how he manage as president.

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  • 8

    Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial

    Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20024, United States
    35 reviews

    This monument is right near the tidal pool behind the cherry blossoms. I actually stumbled upon it when looking at the cherry blossom blooms.

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  • 9

    Old Stone House

    3051 M Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
    3 reviews

    This is located in George Town. This part of the National Park Service’s Rock Creek Park. The Old Stone House has limited hours need to check website for updates. There is is no disability parking available only on street parking. You will need about 1/2 hour to visit this site.

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  • 10

    National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

    901 E Street Northwest #100, Washington, DC, United States
    4 reviews

    This courtyard contains a reflecting pool, lion and lioness statutes guarding the space, and a circular walk with the walls lined with the names of over 19,000 law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Completly paid for by private funds and not public dollar, this is a powerful display of the cost incurred by those sworn ...

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  • 11

    Freedom Bell

    Columbus Monument Dr NW Washington D.C.
    1 review

    This bell is almost hidden, as you cannot see it from the street, hidden behind the Columbus memorial fountain, in front of Union Station. It is supposed to be a copy of the Liberty Bell

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  • 12

    George Mason Memorial

    1600 Independence avenue , Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20024, United States
    1 review

    This memorial is located near the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Disability parking is the one spot above the bus stop at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Mr. Mason is very interesting person for which if he did not protest and left the congress he would be called the father of our US Constitution. You can also visit his home and bury place ...

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  • 13

    Police Memorial

    Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
    1 review
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  • 14

    Ulysses S. Grant Memorial, Washington D.C.

    First St & Maryland Ave SW Washington, D.C.
    1 review

    This monument in front of the Capitol has a statue of general Ulysses S. Grant on a horse in the center, flanked by two groups of soldiers, cavalry to the left and artillery to the right. Impressive and big statues, they are overlooked when visiting the Capitol.

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  • 15

    Grand Army of the Republic Memorial

    Washington, DC, United States
    1 review

    Pretty area. If you're here in the spring, magnolia trees are blossoming like crazy right by this memorial.

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  • 16

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC
    1 review

    This is probably my favorite destination yet. It's beautiful! I love downtown DC the very best! and especially at night. Of course the history, which is extraordinary when you get to actually see the history.Some highlights, The White house actually brought tears to my eyes (I wasn't expecting that) Lincoln Memorial, Reflecting pool (whole area is called the mall) I've ...

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