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Los Angeles National Cemetery

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Los Angeles National Cemetery

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950 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049-3456
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Dan W wrote a review Jan 2020
Portland, Oregon1,904 contributions393 helpful votes
Surrounded by busy noisy freeways this is something that’s easy to miss. I happened to go by and decided to check it out in a very respectful way. From the statues at the very front entrance to all of the graves and other remarkable landmarks inside the grounds, this is a very sobering and touching experience. Probably not for everyone but after seeing the cemeteries in Normandie and Flanders last summer, I found this resting place, too, earns a well respected recommendation for those who appreciate the sacrifices made and wish to explore a bit of the history.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Robert L wrote a review Oct 2019
Los Angeles, California1,642 contributions550 helpful votes
I attended the Dedication of the new Columbarium at the Los Angeles National Cemetery. First, the Guest Speakers were all very good and thankfully brief. Second, the entire Columbarium and grounds are beautiful. And finally, Gary Sinise provided a moving and impassioned speech. I was fortunate to actually meet him. He’s genuine American treasure.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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roncalilove11 wrote a review Sep 2019
carencro 83 contributions23 helpful votes
It's hard to give a cemetery 5 stars but the government has it rite with this one .this is a gem in the most if the busy city.its a place filled with fallen from every war or conflict. To me it was a honor to walk among the grave. You see the coins on the headstones and you can't help but be moved, spiritually.They fought for our freedoms and being honored Still God bless America!!its clean, neat and reverent !! Its surrounded by busy noisy streets but when your walking the grounds you dont even here the noise.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Robert L wrote a review May 2019
Los Angeles, California1,642 contributions550 helpful votes
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Yesterday (Saturday), thousands of scouts and their families placed American Flags at every grave site. This morning, I participated in a wonderful tribute to honor the military women and men who gave their last full measure of devotion for this country. Following a brief ceremony, hundreds of attendees spread out to every corner of the Cemetery, where they placed one red and one white carnation at every grave site. It was a very moving experience and I think I wlll do it again next year.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Bill T wrote a review Mar 2019
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I really enjoyed my visit! I went from top to bottom of the cemetery. I visited Wyatt Earps Dad`s grave. Being a Dog Lover I visited the only two Dogs buried in the cemetery, Bonus and Blackout. There are so many Vet`s from the Vietnam War. It's one thing to say over a hundred thousand Americans died in that war. But to see thousands of graves is a Moving Experience. The Cemetery is one of the most Peaceful Places I have ever been to. The Grounds are kept perfect. Green Grass and every head stone neatly trimmed. Magnificent Trees, I'm sure most are over one hundred years old. It's free parking and free to get in. I only had three hours there. I would Love to spend a day there. I`m so proud of our Country for Honoring our Vets.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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