4.11.2018

Memorials & Architecture in Washington D.C.


September 12th-14th. During our last few of days in Virginia, Lea and I spent most of our days exploring Washington D.C. We returned to the Library of Congress, visited the Jefferson Memorial (my favorite, of course), the George Mason Memorial, the Washington Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial. We wanted to tour the White House, but we didn't sign up for the tour soon enough, so we weren't able to. The last place we visited before our flight back to Florida was the National Archives Building which houses the Charters of Freedoms. I thought it was fitting that this was our last stop as it left quite the impression. Seeing the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights up close was unforgettable.

JEFFERSON MEMORIAL


GEORGE MASON MEMORIAL


LINCOLN MEMORIAL


WASHINGTON MONUMENT


WHITE HOUSE


NATIONAL ARCHIVES


The Future statue at the National Archives: "What is past is prologue."

CHARLENE ZALE

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