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Established during the Civil War on the grounds of an estate owned by a descendant of Martha Washington, Arlington National Cemetery has since become the most famous burial ground in the United States. Generally limited to distinguished military servicemembers, the cemetery is the final resting place of President John F. Kennedy, whose grave is marked with the "eternal flame."

Established during the Civil War on the grounds of an estate owned by a descendant of Martha Washington, Arlington National Cemetery has since become the most famous burial ground in the United States. Generally limited to distinguished military servicemembers, the cemetery is the final resting place of President John F. Kennedy, whose grave is marked with the "eternal flame."

"I Will Always Remember"  Arlington Cemetery, Virginia

Arlington National Cemetary, Virginia - the rows of gravestones is an unforgettable haunting sight, inspiring the field of white crosses in I HAVE NO NAME

ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY SIGNAGE: "SILENCE & RESPECT" in Arlington, Virginia

also visited Arlington National Cemetery. Witnessed the changing of the guard and laying of a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Stone eagle at the gates of Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery ~ Arlington ~ Virginia ~ Stone Eagle At The Gates

Arlington National Cemetery - President William H. Taft's grave

Arlington National Cemetery - President William H. Taft's grave marker - closeup of wording.

Amphitheater Arlington National Cemetery

Love the columns and hallway look - tweak to have an old world Mediterranean look for the lower level- halls, pool and family room area.

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