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As a Veteran of Vietnam myself, I make it a practice to visit all the Memorials.Take some time to remember and honor those who gave their lives. Inside a park across from the State Capitol, you can walk around, or find a spot to sit...More
This is a quick little jaunt and is worth packing a little snack and sitting in for a bit. I found it a quiet place that has so much history it is worth a refresher in wiki-history-reading while you tour. Near past history that still...More
i've been involved photographing the building of from groundbreaking through dedication weekend and several memorial day and vets day ceremonies- a somber place for me as a friend's name is etched upon these panels but in it's own way is also uplifting
my photos here...More
This memorial is part of a complex that includes WWII, Korean Conflict, Firefighters, Peace Officers, and other memorials that pay tribute to Minnesota's contributions to our nation's safety and freedom. The complex is beautiful and peaceful, and serves its purpose to allow visitors to remember...More
In a memorial whose purpose is similar to the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial in Washington, D.C.,visit the expanse of lawn in front of the State Capitol, roughly in the southwest section to find a wall with the names of service members from the state of Minnesota...More
The Minnesota Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, located on the State Capitol Grounds, is peaceful and moving. After visiting the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, you may also want to visit the Peace Officers' Memorial and Korean War Veterans' Memorial, also located on the Capitol Grounds. The Capitol Grounds...More