Very emotional monuments. The mood changes with the time of year but always a bit sombre ,sad , mysterious and very patriotic.
About Korean War Veterans Memorial
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When I turned the corner and saw the men walking through the rice paddies, it felt as though you were right in their group as some were looking behind at you. This is as close as you could feel to knowing what it was like...More
My Dad served in Korea aboard the U.S.S. Boxer Aircraft Carrier so this was a must see memorial. It is really amazing. Great history!
This is a beautiful monument; well done and sobering. Its puts faces to the war, like a marching group of ghosts. If you are not into history and have limited time, stick to the museums, otherwise a good place to see.
This monument is better seen at night because the soldiers seem to come to life a bit more. The memorial contains 19 stainless steel statues that stand at 7 feet. Each one is different and seem lifelike. Next to the statues is a dark mural...More
This one I found haunting looking into the faces of the the statues. It is a beautiful and quiet place of reflection, I recommend taking the time to walk though this and other near by memorials on a fair weather day.
wandered through here on a school trip in March. Was informative if not a little spooking at night. Still would recommend though.