A monument is definitely very important for those who somehow related to this war's veterans. I believe this memorial should be different
About Vietnam Veterans Memorial
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we planned a trip to visit my sis and happened upon the Vet's Wall on Vetrean's Day. The vets in uniform and their war garb was epic. Vets sharing stories, hugging and just sitting staring at the wall brought tears to my eyes. There arent...More
This was an extraordinary achievement for the young woman who designed this memorial, which, in its time, was unique. It is still and will always be a moving tribute to all who served and died in Vietnam, and it has brought closure to many family...More
This memorial is beautiful. While it is very simple, it fills one with complex emotions. There are many books so people can find where their loved ones names are on the wall. Take a pencil and a piece of paper (I believe there are some...More
They need more plaques to tell the history and layout of the wall - there were two veterans there who were inundated with questions but did well answering them all. Well worth the visit.
This memorial is amazing - I was lucky to visit on a walking tour and the story about the design and how it came about enhanced the visit. It looks so simple but the thought that went into it is impressive. A must see for...More
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is an excellent tribute and memorial to all those who served and perished there. The names on the wall are haunting, but a good and fitting way to remember everyone specifically and individually. Moving.