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My family and I were aware that the elevator within the monument was being worked on and that the monument was closed to the public. We walked by it and took pictures with it. It was an amazing site and we often joked that it...More
Just like in the movies only it's real and that's a fact Jack!!!
The vision is kind of like what I imagine seeing the Great Pyramid would be.
Larger than life and hard to get into a single frame shot.
Our day was made all...More
We visited the Washington Monument both during the day & night. At night the monument is also beautifully lit and there are less visitors.
The Washington Monument is visible from many key locations throughout the National Mall (including the Lincoln Memorial – which is a...More
Maybe, more than any District of Columbia structure, this most visible monument
"defines" Washington, D.C. You see of picture of it, you know where it is. A magnificent memorial to our First President.
Is so big and nice to see it and take a snapshot, for sure you cannot miss it even because is just in the middle between Lincoln memorial and the Capitol. A lot of green around and just next to the museum... don’t miss it