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Photos from the collection of the Fischer Family
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Korean War MemorialThe Korean War Memorial is quite unique in that it contains many statues of soldiers in action. We visited this memorial at dusk, which contributed to the surreal nature of the experience.
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Lincoln MemorialInside the memorial is this famous statue of Lincoln. We also found the somewhat-famous "typo" on the wall containing his second inaugural address....Jan 15, 2006
Lincoln MemorialThe Lincoln Memorial is a must-see to honor the man who kept our country together through the trying times of the Civil War. Here, the two of us pose outside of the huge marble structure.

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WWII MemorialFountains at the WW II Memorial...Jan 15, 2006
WWII Memorial from Washington MonumentHere is the WW II memorial as seen from the top of the Washington Monument. It sits at the east side of the monument's reflecting pool, which for some reason was empty while we were visiting.Jan 15, 2006
WWII MemorialWe took a lot of pictures here since this memorial was brand new -- it was dedicated only 2 months before our vacation. We both felt this memorial was very well done, and a beautiful place to honor the many who served in this conflict. The memorial incorporates a lot of water and fountains, adding significantly to the beauty.
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Washington MonumentFinally, the Washington Monument, as seen from the Old Post Office Pavillion.Jan 15, 2006
DC from Old Post Office PavilionHere's a similar picture as the previous, but zoomed in to show the Capitol.Jan 15, 2006
DC from Old Post Office PavilionWhat's actually a much better view than the Washington Monument is the Old Post Office Pavilion. It has much larger "windows" (actually there open screens), it isn't nearly as crowded, and the views are just as nice. This picture shows Pennsylvania Avenue looking toward the Capitol.
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The White HouseThe most prestigious address in the world -- the White House! We were unable to tour it due to security concerns, although both of us have toured it in the past. Not a bad pic, considering I quickly snapped it through the fence.Jan 15, 2006
Lincoln Art at Ford's TheaterIn the basement of the theater is a Lincoln museum, where this exhibit of Lincoln images was featured.Jan 15, 2006
Presidential Box, Ford's TheaterThis is the Presidential Box at Ford's theater, which is where Lincoln was viewing the play Our American Cousin when he was terminally shot.Jan 15, 2006
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