Cantilever benches featuring a pool of water underneath, surrounded by gravel
Civic Monuments, Historical Monuments

The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial

Every morning at precisely 9:37 AM a moment of silence descends upon the grounds of the Pentagon Memorial. The water that flows into the strategically placed reflective pools ceases and for 1-minute the tragic loss of 184 American lives are remembered in silence. Located just outside the Pentagon, the construction of the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial began in 2006. The…

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Washington Monument a tall neutral colored obelisk monument, it is surrounded by a circle of American flags, with bright blue skies and fluffy white clouds
Civic Monuments, Historical Monuments

Top 5 Must See Monuments in D.C.

Every year millions of people visit our Nation’s Capital to learn more about our nation’s history. Washington D.C. is well known for its plethora of civic monuments, erected to honor and pay tribute to our many ancestors and the veterans that fought bravely for the American people and the American dream. When touring the Capital bear in mind the significance…

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Civic Monuments, Headstones & Memorials, Mausoleums, Military Headstones

Choosing and designing a burial monument

From the ancient days in Egypt when Pharaohs were entombed in the great pyramids, to the national cemeteries memorializing today’s veterans and historical figures, burial monuments have been and still are an important part of our memorial process. Though you may not be looking to install something as large and extravagant as a pyramid, there are many different options for…

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