Washington DC is home to more iconic monuments and memorials than any other city in the world. Perhaps the most-recognized monument is also the world's tallest stone structure, the Washington Monument. Seen for miles away, this famous structure as well as many others help to give our nation's capital city one of the most-famous skylines in the world.
The FDR Memorial Covers More Than Seven Acres of Land and is All Outdoors.
Formally Known as the U.S. Marines War Memorial, it Depicts Marines Raising the American Flag on Iwo Jima.
The Jefferson Memorial Honors the Author of the Declaration of Independence and the Third President of the United States.
Comprised of 19 Stainless Steel Statues which Stand Over Seven Feet Tall and is Near the Lincoln Memorial.
One of the Most Popular Memorials in Washington DC, it Celebrates the Life of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States.
One of the Newest Memorials in Washington DC, the MLK Memorial Celebrates the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Vietnam War Memorial Contains the Names of All of the Men and Women who Died or were Missing in Action during the Vietnam War.
The Tallest Stone Structure in the World, the Washington Monument is a Fitting Monument to the First President, George Washington.