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National World War II Memorial
National WWII Memorial
At the eastern end of the Reflecting Pool you'll find the National World War II Memorial. On your next trek around the DC area, make some time to visit and experience the National World War II Memorial.
First opened for public viewing in 2004, the memorial is just one of a wide range of impressive and iconic memorials, statues, and historic structures to view around the National Mall.
Be sure to spend some time looking at the Freedom Wall, found at the west side of the National World War II Memorial.
The design of the memorial features 56 granite pillars – each measuring in at 17 feet tall. They are arranged in a semi-circle. Make sure to visit the National World War II Memorial on your next visit into DC – drive in from Mclean.
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