One of the most visited places in the Arlington National Cemetery is the Tomb of the Unknowns. The changing of the guard is a moment that is awaited by the big number of tourists visiting the cemetery, created after the Civil War of the US. It is a simple ceremony, but full of solemnity and respect. Keep in mind that this place is visited by over 4,000,000 foreign tourists and Americans. The memorial to the Unknown Soldier, is made of 7 pieces of granite, with a total weight of 72 tons and was opened to the public in the year 1932. The Unknown Soldier has a permanent guard 24 hours every day of the year. When you reach the entrance to the cemetery will deliver a brochure and map of the site, which is immense, must take into account that it is one of the largest cemeteries in the world.
The ANFITEATRO MEMORIAL, is milestone to meet the vast surface of ARLINGTON CEMETERY, where Americans pay respects to HEROES and PERSONALITIES. The ANFITEATRO MEMORIAL opened in the year 1920 and since then there are 3 MAJOR MEMORIAL SERVICES, which take place every year on EASTER, MEMORIAL DAY and VETERENS DAY and are organized and sponsored by the AMERICAN ARMY. This marble amphitheater is constructed in Vermont State.There is also a chapel. In the frieze of the colonnade are inscribed the names of 44 Battles of the American Revolution.
The Pentagon Memorial was built in memory of the 184 victims killed in the September 11 attack on the Pentagon. Each victim, both those on the plane and those in the Pentagon, is commemorated by an individual bench with their name inscribed. The benches make a wave formation in the the direction of the plane that hit the building. There's a nearby metro station, and it's well-signposted.
I do not know if it's interesting to someone who is not a journalist. On the terrace there are amazing views of Washington. The part of the 11 / S is moving, how could it be otherwise, and the hotspot of games was fun. The store, as always, wonderful. When I went there was an exhibition of Elvis, I´m not sure what to do with the press.
Arlington Center for the Arts was created as an art center of the community in the year 1988 by a group of artists, writers, musicians and teachers as a place where artists could share their work with the community through programs and outreach, and also find a studio space. It offers over 250 programs in the visual, literary and performing arts, most are free.
The Ellipse Art Center is one of the most visited places in the city of Arlington, Arkansas, in the USA. No doubt you'll have a very quiet visit because of the amazing atmosphere that is being created. You can pass it along to your friends or family.
The DEA Museum and Visitors Center can be found in Arlington, and is open during normal business hours, or 10 am to 4 pm. Entry is free. There's an interactive exhibition that relates to the drug abuse problem in the United States. The exhibition explores the history of prescription drug abuse and diversion in the United States and efforts to combat the problem over time.
Long Branch Nature Center is located in a lovely park setting. The friendly and knowledgeable staff organize environmental education programs for all ages and for a wide variety of interests. There are several exhibitions, a classroom for 40 people, a sample of live animals, interpretation gardens and a display pond.
The Gulf Branch Nature Center is in the city of Arlington. The center has interpretive nature, a wooden house, a blacksmith shop, a big variety of animals and educational programs offered throughout the year. It has a park that is 40 acres with a stream, pond and entrance to the Potomac River.
The Fashion Centre is a real American shopping centre. It has palm trees, escalators, teenagers spending their money, etc. It's a way to experience the real life of Americans. In the United States, everything is like what you see on TV. You would think that things would be different in reality, but they're really not. To enjoy your visit even more, I recommend a good ice cream at Häagen Dazs.