Where George Washington crossed the Delaware river to attack the British-hired German mercenaries at Pennsylvania is the village called Washington Crossing. The place is truly inspirational if you know the history behind the same. The place is indeed sylvan, with the majestic Delaware flowing gushingly and to think that it was Christmas eve when he crossed over to Trenton (New Jersey) can make goose-pimples come up on your skin even now.
Yet the place is still being set up for visitors - a small museum of sorts has just been set up and thrown open to public. The place is maintained with typical American gusto and passion. It needs more exhibits, more shows and more publicity. Otherwise and will always remain inspirational indeed.
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