At one end of the reflection pool, it echoes the Lincoln Memorial, and the Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam War Memorial constitute a set of war memorials. There are half circles of granite stone tablets lined up at once, like a wreath.
There are three war memorials in Washington. This memorial plaza during World War II is also the largest in scope. The World War II memorial can also see many undesirable architectural projects. The monument also has commemorative activities every year.
The World War II memorials are located on Washington's National Square, each end of which is a granite arch symbolizing the Pacific and Atlantic battlefields, with three huge statues of American eagles holding up a wreath of victory.
This is one of the nice places to visit and would highly recommend it.
This is a great place to visit and would highly recommend it.
The National World War II Monument, located between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., commemorates the 16 million Americans who served during the war. The memorial is a sunken oval square, with a circular lake in the middle, with 56 granite columns on either side, each representing a state, Washington, D.C., and overseas territories during World War II. Construction began in September 2001, completed in late April 2004, opened to the public, and in May 2004 the completion ceremony was officially held. The whole building is solemn and magnificent. The monument is magnificent in shape and size, and is magnificent and beautiful.
The World War II monument is a group of monuments consisting of 56 white granite monuments, an elliptical shape, with an arch at the end of the long diameter, each engraved with the words Pacific and Atlantic, representing the two battlefields; the center is a fountain. The elliptical short-diameter frontal arc is designed to be a wall, called a free wall, with 4,000 Venus inlaid on it, representing the soldiers who died. It's hard to get a panoramic view without a wide angle!
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