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Reflection: Always a stone of hope

By Jess Lynk

The Washington Monument demands the attention of anyone who comes to D.C. Soon after, most peoples’ eyes head to the Lincoln Memorial. 316 more words

Drake In DC

Travelogue: Washington, D.C. [Day 1]

As a combined birthday/Christmas present, my aunt Rose, uncle Jason, and cousin Alex took me on a four-day road trip to Washington, D.C. Yes, it’s true – this history teacher has never been to our nation’s capital. 689 more words

Random Thoughts

World War II Memorial, Saturday, December 3, 2016

I was at the World War II Memorial on Saturday.  There were a lot of volunteers there, but most were hanging out in the contact station, so I spent a lot of time in the memorial.   684 more words


Washington, D.C.

August 8, 2016 || 21 Hours in Washington, D.C.

This patriotic and historical city had been on my bucket list of places to visit for years. 930 more words

48 Hours Or Less


One of the best things to do in DC is to walk around the monuments. From the Washington Monument, to the Lincoln Memorial, to the Jefferson Memorial or even the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial there is so much to see. 99 more words

Washington DC

Veterans Day at the World War II Memorial, Friday, November 11, 2016

Ceremonies are always moving experiences.  I’ve been fortunate to volunteer at several in recent years, and the Veterans I am fortunate to meet stick with me forever.   960 more words

World War II Memorial

Obelisk of World War II at Tbilisi State University

Name: Obelisk devoted to the fallen in the World War II

Location: Building I, Tbilisi state University, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Sculptor: Elguja Amashukeli

Architect: A. Jibladze… 39 more words

Peace And Conflict Monuments