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World War ll Memorial NW Plaza
Washington, DC

This is the NW side of the WW ll Memorial you can see the Freedom Wall and a small portion of the Lincoln Memorial.  From here you can also walk up to the Atlantic Pavilion which serves as the north entrance.

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Uploaded: 30/10/2010
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