The Jefferson Memorial, located on the Tidal Lake in Washington, is built in memory of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, across the lake from the Washington Monument. Every April is the most beautiful time here. Cherry blossoms blooming on the lakeside set off the white Jefferson Memorial Hall. The beautiful scenery will attract a large number of photographers to compete.
The big dome next to Tidal Basin is the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. The important thing we like to visit Washington is that we can learn some American history. Coming here, we have a better understanding of the life of one of the founding fathers of the United States. As one of the main drafters of the Declaration of Independence, he has undoubtedly made indelible contributions to the United States.
The White Palace of ancient Rome. Inside is a bronze statue of Jefferson. The buildings are magnificent and the statues are magnificent and solemn. Let's pay tribute to this distinguished American president. Next to it is a vast lake with beautiful scenery. It's a good place for patriotic education when you meet groups of American children.
The Jefferson Memorial on the Potomac River, opposite the Tidal Basin, is completed in 1943. Tidal Lake in front of the Memorial Hall is a popular place for American cherry blossoms. In 1912, Tokyo Mayor Hiroshi Ozaki sent many Yoshino and Guanshan cherries to Washington for the sake of friendship between the two countries. At this time, people from all over the world come to enjoy cherry blossoms every spring.
This Pavilion is very similar to other pavilions, the main background is interesting, then President Roosevelt admired Jefferson very much, so specifically built this memorial hall for him. There are so many people going in the daytime that I suggest you go in the evening. From the other side, you can see that the memorial hall is as bright as a pearl of night.
The Jefferson Memorial is supposed to be the most beautiful Memorial I have ever seen in DC, Washington. It stands on the Bank of a beautiful tidal lake with white body, long Greek pillars, and a semi-circular dome of the Roman temple, symbolizing President Jefferson's complete personality. The surrounding green trees, waterfowl dance, the environment is very beautiful.
Thomas Jefferson Memorial, a tidal lakeside, is particularly holy in white granite architecture against blue sky and clear water. Cherry blossoms are more beautiful when they open. Jefferson, a wise and knowledgeable man, is not only a politician, thinker and diplomat, but also a highly accomplished man in philosophy, law, architecture, mathematics, archaeology, horticulture, botany and other disciplines. He was the first governor of Virginia, the first Secretary of State of the United States, the second Vice President of the United States, and the third President of the United States. But instead of mentioning these positions in his own tombstone, he wrote "Thomas · Jefferson America "Declaration of Independence" and the father of the University of Virginia, a Virginia religious freedom law writer, buried here" (his former residence, cemetery, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, about an hour or two drive from Washington DC). The stone carvings on the lintel of the memorial hall are the historical scenes in which he participated in drafting the Declaration of Independence. Nearby are the classic attractions, as well as the Roosevelt Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial. The nearest subway station is the Blue Line and the Smithsonian Station on the Orange Line. It takes about 30 minutes to walk.
The Jefferson Memorial is situated on the Bank of the tidal lake. It is a dome-shaped building style of Egypt. It is very quiet around. The Jefferson Memorial is the place where five people, including Jefferson, were appointed by the Continental Congress to draft the Declaration of Independence. A memorial hall was built to commemorate the great President Jefferson and his great achievements. It's convenient to walk along the lake. Sit on the stairs and look at the lake and the monument.