PICTURES FROM THE NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL

Next to the Korean War Memorial, United States Marine Corps Statue, aka the Iwo Jima statue, and now the World War I Memorial, this memorial is one of my favorites in DC, and one that I never get tired of visiting.

It’s the National World War II Memorial and it’s also on the National Mall, halfway between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.

The reflecting pool separates it from the Lincoln Memorial.

Right by this memorial is the newest museum on the mall, the ever popular and always crowded National Museum of African American History.

Enjoy the pictures of this memorial, and you’ll understand why it’s one of my favorites, and apparently a lot of other tourists who visit Washington DC.

PICTURES OF THE WORLD WAR I MEMORIAL PART 1

This memorial, which is located on Pennsylvania Avenue, not far from the White House, is one that many people don’t know about.

As many 30 Plus Teams Tours of Washington DC that I’ve done, I wasn’t aware of this memorial.

It’s not as well known as the National World War II Memorial on the National Mall, but it’s just as moving, maybe even more so.

The post will be in two parts so that you can see just how beautiful this memorial is.