Hallowed Ground – Arlington National Cemetary

Rows of uniform headstones march across Arlington National Cemetary, just across the Potomac river from Washington DC. The 624-acre cemetary was established in 1864 during the Civil War and contains the remains of soldiers from that war and all subsequent conflicts along with other notable American figures and numerous memorials to events in US history.

Rows of uniform headstones march across Arlington National Cemetery, just across the Potomac river from Washington DC. The 624-acre cemetery was established in 1864 during the Civil War and contains the remains of soldiers from that war and all subsequent conflicts along with other notable American figures and numerous memorials to events in US history.

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