My church group took a tour of Washington, D.C. in late September (off-season). The children had returned to school, but there were crowds at this newly-opened Memorial. It is best to enter from the Mall, rather than the Potomac River side. You enter through two halves of a rock that appears to have been cut into the halves. The rather stern face of MLK looks out over the Potomac. The figure look more like a Chinese warlord, than a compassionate, strong-willed, Christian leader. This is this rather small memorial as a pocket park.
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