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All of the monuments are in one place right outside the Arizona capital and it's free to see. I take after school kids there for history lessons to make it come alive the uss Arizona is the kids favorite or the police dog statute.
So many monuments. I personally like the bill of rights. Unfortunately I couldn't take cool pictures of the canine due to the tree not being trimmed. The cool part is there's no fee to this plaza.
Try to visit before 10 a.m. the heat is...More
This large park is right in front of the Arizona Capitol Museum and Legislative chambers. The park is nicely landscaped. It has at least a dozen different memorials - everything from Police K-9s to the USS Arizona.
There is not much shade, so go on...More
I was visiting war memorials and first responder memorials in AZ and NM as part of a Tour of Honor Motorcycle ride. This memorial plaza had the most impressive monuments on my tour. I came here to see the Arizona Law Enforcement Canine memorial and...More
I was truly amazed at this whole area. The focal point is the memorial for the USS Arizona. The state of Arizona does right by memorializing so many other events, wars, individuals, service branches.....This is definitely a place for reflection and never forgetting our past....More
Wonderful idea -- you might contact the State Capitol and see how they direct you, if that is where you would like to do this. What a noble offer and commitment. Another idea is to contact your state senator and have them... More
Wonderful idea -- you might contact the State Capitol and see how they direct you, if that is where you would like to do this. What a noble offer and commitment. Another idea is to contact your state senator and have them help you with a direct contact. Blessings and yes, praying for the Keating family.