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Lincoln Memorial President S Day
Washington, DC

This  is the main chamber of the memorial that contains the statue of President Lincoln which is 19 feet high.  The wreaths that you see are to celebrate President's Day.  The Lincoln Memorial anchors the west end of the mall and there are a number of other memorials within a short walk.

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