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Presented to the US by the Netherlands in gratitude for US efforts for peace in Europe, this was, apparently, the first modern/steel memorial in a city of classical design. Its clean lines cut the sky. I came during the winter, so I so none of...More
I got to see this monument in person while visiting the arlington cemetery. It's an interesting addition to the Marine Corps Memorial general area. There are steps to the top but I'm not sure if you can use them for a safety reasons. This simple...More
The Netherlands Carillon is a really cool piece of history that has been allowed to fall pray to the elements. A gift from the people of the Netherlands in thanks to the American people for liberating them from the Nazis during WWII, the carillon is...More
We saw this on our way from the Marine Corps Memorial to Arlington National Cemetery. It was gifted to the US from the Netherlands for liberating them from the Nazis. It is an interesting building that goes along with a lot of the WWII Memorial’s.
We took some guests, one of whom is a Marine Corps Vet to visit the Marine Corps memorial. I was familiar with the Carillion from previous visits but did not mention in advance. As we walked up towards the Monument the Carillion chimed and stopped...More
When you leave Arlington on the North Marshall Drive side, you walk past this half way up the gently sloping hill path that leads to the Marine Corp Memorial. So it's worth pausing to have a look. It's a thank you to the US from...More