The first stop of our trip to the United States and East is here. I thought the cemetery was not very beautiful, let alone the Americans. But as soon as I went in, I found that I had a strong sense of familiarity. I couldn't find that the rate of appearances in American blockbusters was too high. Basically, science fiction must damage the building. The memorial tower rises to the clouds and the square is beautiful. It feels more like a park. Many local people walk their dogs in the morning, which is a good leisure area.
Arlington Cemetery is located in Virginia, but it is very convenient to take the subway from DC. The cemetery was built during the Civil War and buried American soldiers who died in the American National War. Although it is a place to remember our ancestors, mid-April has been full of the breath of spring. Standing on a hill with Arlington Palace, you can see the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial and the Capitol Building.
This is the Holy Land of Americans, where crowds of people come to remember their ancestors. Kennedy's tomb is here too. It bears the history of the United States.
Arlington Cemetery is near the Potomac River, on the other side of the river, the Lincoln Memorial. Take the Washington subway and get off at Arlington Cemetery. The cemetery has no sense of horror or weirdness, just like walking in a park. Lines of simple white tombstones are endless, with a sense of purity and sacredness.
The Memorial of the Unknown Martyrs in the United States is the base of patriotic education in the United States. The white tombstones are arranged in rows, giving people a solemn and solemn feeling. The soldiers changed their posts regularly. It's worth visiting.
It's worth watching and it's shocking. The park is too big. It is recommended to take a bus tour, especially when there are not many people in the same field. After all, it is a cemetery, which means that you understand Ha. Several famous places can get off and watch. It happened that a soldier was buried in a solemn and solemn ceremony. No spectators are allowed to take photos.
Arlington National Cemetery is undoubtedly the most famous of more than 100 national cemeteries in the United States. By the 1990s, a total of 225,000 people slept there, burying an average of 18 people a week. All the soldiers who can be buried here are soldiers who died in battle. The statesmen who died in their jobs have made outstanding contributions to the country.
Not far from the Pentagon is Arlington National Cemetery, which is located on the West Bank of the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. to see Arlington National Cemetery. There are too many movie scenes, and this is also the best performance of the American theme.
Arlington National Cemetery is a park-like cemetery, quiet, grass-fed, solemn, no noise, no sense of gloom and depression, many national martyrs sleep here.
Sleeping there is regarded as the glory of the rest. The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs in Arlington National Cemetery is solemn and solemn. Rows of white stone tablets, there is a kind of unspeakable solemnity.