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The Lincoln Memorial is a famous American monument, built in the honour of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States of America famous for leading the country through the American Civil War and abolishing slavery. It is located in the Potomac Park in Washington, D.C. The Memorial is built in the form of an Antiquity Doric Temple, and it is famous because of the large, seated Abraham Lincoln statue which is 19 feet tall, and it is located right in the entrance to the building.
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Plan Your Visit

Plan Your Visit
In the whole National Mall there are rangers on duty. Even if you are familiar with the historical events and memorials in the National Mall, there is a good chance that you will hear details you didn’t know. So it is worth to tag along with a ranger.
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History & Culture

History & Culture
Every American is aware of the “I have a dream” speech by Martin Luther King. The speech was delivered at the Lincoln Memorial and most school children are likely to associate the memorial with this speech that changed the fate of a nation.
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FAQ

FAQ
Does the back of Lincoln’s head bear the profile of Robert E. Lee? How many steps are there in the memorial? Can I access the basement? What variety of stones has been used to make the Lincoln memorial? Is there any bookstore inside the memorial?
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