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World War II Memorial

When I got to the World War II Memorial, I saw giant stone pillars with wreaths, 2 enormous arches with eagles inside of them and a massive pool of fountains in the middle and crowds of people, and I saw nothing more. 635 more words

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Museum of the Weird

When I first saw the U.S. Capitol I was amazed by the striking architecture and its colossal size. We first walked by the reflecting pool, which was mirroring the Capitol on its crystallizing water by the striking sun. 1,470 more words

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"Meaningless"

Sometimes, the meaning of the thing itself is not important.

The reflection of the Washington Monument on the Lincoln Reflecting Pool is clear. This is good, but is not its purpose. 353 more words

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The hard day in National mall

National Mall is just like a heart of USA. It condensed all the beautiful and meaningful things in USA. Because there are many memorials in here, such as Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, Lincoln Memorial. 364 more words

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Vietnam Memorial

“I think I walked too far down the National Mall. I cannot find this memorial anywhere,” I yelled into the phone at my classmate Rachel. As I tapped my faded converse on the green grass waiting for her reply, I looked down to soon realize I was exactly where I needed to be. 630 more words

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Lincoln Memorial and WWII Memorial

When I was on my way to the World War II Memorial, I pictured giant stone pillars with wreaths, 2 enormous arches with eagles inside of them and a massive pool of fountains in the middle and crowds of people. 861 more words

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