This is definitely the first stop every tourist makes and with good reason. It’s the most famous address in the world (after Santa’s, of course).
Now known as “the Wall,” the Vietnam Memorial is one of the most poignant and important places in Washington.
It is a landmark of the city that honours America‘s “Greatest Generation.”
The Korean War Veterans Memorial pays tribute to the 1.5 million Americans who served during “The Forgotten War.”
The concept for this site was influenced by a line from King’s “I Have a Dream” speech: “Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.