Monuments



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A visit to Washington, D. C. is not complete without seeing some of our nation's most famous monuments.  Washington Seminar tours these both during the day and at night.  Here is a view of the Washington Monument as seen from the World War II Memorial.

 WWII A view of the World War II memorial at night.  Each state is represented by the columns in the background.

At the Korean War Memorial the statues of U. S. Soldiers appear to come out of the mist when viewed at night.
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 LincolnMemorial The Lincoln Memorial is an awe inspiring sight to behold all lit up at night.

A view of the U. S. Capitol dome illuminated.  Students have an opportunity to see this as well as receive some motivational words of wisdom as they look out across the National Mall toward the Washington Monument.
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 whitehouseatnight A visit to America's most famous address is a treat for many students.  You may even see any individual or group exercising their first amendment right to assemble.  In this image we see a person holding the original flag of a free Libya as he makes his support of the President's actions known.

A view of the Jefferson Memorial as the Cherry Blossoms open.
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