Most Iconic Monuments In America

Gateway Arch, St. Louis

The famous arch of St. Louis, standing at the west entrance, rises 630 feet above a park.

Statue Of Liberty, New York

The Statue of Liberty, an official National Monument, was erected in 1886 to commemorate the end of the U.S. Civil War and the abolition of slavery.

Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.

Washington DC. Filled with important monuments, including the Lincoln Memorial, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.

Mount Rushmore, South Dakota

To see the giant mugs of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt.

Cloud Gate' Sculpture, Chicago

The reflective Cloud Gate sculpture in Chicago's Millennium Park is the newest monument on our list. 

Bunker Hill Monument, Boston

Like the Washington Monument, the Bunker Hill Monument is a skyscraper obelisk, though 221 feet tall.

United States Marine Corps War Memorial, Arlington

One of the most famous images of World War II is commemorated in bronze on George Washington Memorial Parkway in Arlington, Virginia. 

Liberty Bell, Philadelphia

The Liberty Bell is a national symbol of freedomâ as well as a token image of Philadelphia, its hometown.

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

When one thinks of a monument a bridge is probably not the first thing that comes to mind.

Pearl Harbor, Honolulu

The USS Arizona Memorial, a National Monument, spans the water where the sunken USS Arizona battleship rests on the ocean floor in Pearl Harbor, Honolulu. 

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