First Division Monument

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  • Address: Northwest Washington, Washington, DC, United States, Washington D. C.
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Historical Site, Monument

First Division Monument is located in President's Park that is south of state Place Northwest. The monument was erected to commemorate those who died while serving in the 1st infantry division of the United States Army. The monument holds much historic importance due to the era that it signifies. The destination marks the sacrifice that the people did for their country and hence visiting this is a good idea.

How to Reach First Division Monument

  • Take a subway from Federal Triangle Metro Station.
  • Take a bus from 18TH ST & E ST NW nb.
  • Take a taxi or rental to the destination.

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  • First Division Monument Address: Northwest Washington, Washington, DC, United States, Washington D. C.
  • First Division Monument Timing: 24-hrs
  • Time required to visit First Division Monument: 00:30 Mins
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First Division Monument Reviews & Ratings

  • It was interesting to read/learn about. The grounds were being worked on when we went so things were overgrown in some places and patches of dirt in others. However the guard on duty was helpful and welcoming.

  • Amazing but simple architecture! I absolutely enjoyed my visit! Even though there is a partial government shutdown I saw no signs of trash or negligence here. It wasn't crowded so it made for some really good pictures to be taken. This monument meant more to me because I served and deployed with this Division. Must see if in the area!

  • To see this Monument so close up and in person while walking to the West Wing was unforgettable for me. Probably more so because of where I was headed, but it’s still very cool.

  • One of the interesting things near the White House is the First Division Monument situated at 17th and E Street, just south of the Eisenhower Building. Constructed in 1924, here you will see a single standing column that is topped by a gilded figure of the Lady of Victory. It is a simple, touching and respectable tribute to the valiant soldiers who participated and those to perished during World War I. You can conveniently see this monument if visiting the area attractions or when making your way between the White House and the National Mall.

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