- Address: Washington, DC 20016, USA, Washington D. C., United States
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Monument, Square, Family And Kids
Peace Circle - Review
Peace Monument located in the central of peace Circle, USA is a famous monument of the country. The 44-foot-high sculpture made up of white marble was established in the year 1877. This sculpture was built to commemorate the death of the navels that took place during the American Civil War. The monument includes two classically dressed female figures at the top where grief is holding one of her covered faces against the shoulder of history and weeping. This monument has become one of the major attractions of the city. Tourists visiting USA generally pay a visit to this statue and get themselves clicked.
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Peace Circle, Washington D. C. Reviews
It was a nice statue but did not seem to stand out to me.
Nice place to visit. You can take a lot of good/cool pictures. Good opportunity to discuss some facts and history with your family (specially with your kids).. the Park Service to keep the concert safe for everyone.
The Peace Monument was built in 1877 to commemorate the deaths of the Navy during the American Civil War.
A well made monument for the piece, though quiet confusing as to what it is telling a person who don’t know what it is.
It's cool. If you're near the Capitol building, check it out.
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