Washington has a lot of memorials and areas about American presidents, the Kennedy Art Center, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Roosevelt Memorial. Many sculptures can be read. There are some commemorative content.
Like Kennedy, Roosevelt was a former who had a very large influence on the United States. Roosevelt was the fourth president of the United States. The area of the memorial garden is not very large. The memorial garden is free to open. In addition to enjoying some statues, the scenery of the memorial garden is also good.
Going west along the Tidal Lake, passing through a large lawn (sports field), I accidentally saw the Roosevelt statue. The wall behind him is engraved with many famous words of President Roosevelt. There is also a sculpture of a large number of unemployed people and refugees queuing for food. Scene. There are not many tourists and the surroundings are quiet.
Roosevelt Memorial Park is located between the Jefferson Memorial in Washington and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to commemorate the 32nd President of the United States, Franklin Roosevelt, and his tenure.
This is just a small sculpture, it is a story of history!
Preston_Dominguez: 1850 West Basin Drive Southwest, Washington, DC 20242
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The White House,Washington Monument,Lincoln Memorial,National Air and Space Museum,National Gallery of Art