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    There are 184 Granit covered benches here that signify those that were aboard the plane when it went into the Pentagon. This is a very unique Memorial it’s very modern and contemporary and the names of all those aboard that plane or on these benches. A word to the wise make sure you park in a designated parking area. Make sure that you do not speed at all the Pentagon police enforce the rules in this parking lot they are some of the finest they are some of the best.

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    Incredibly moving tribute to one of America’s tragedies, I found this particular site the most rewarding of all the places we visited during our trip to DC. It’s a tough description to write, it’s a very somber, quiet place, as it should be. There are benches representing each of the people we lost in this senseless event. I found it a nice place for reflection, and to remember those that we had lost. It is not hard, to encompass an overall sense of sadness while visiting here, while also coming to grips with the evil which lurks about in this world.While it’s tough to say one “likes” the site of a memorial documenting such a tragic event, I will certainly say it is a proper memorial, one we can be proud of.

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    A rather somber, moving memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives when the plane crashed into the Pentagon on September 11th. Each victim is honored with a tree and a bench next to it with a small reflective pond. The trees are arranged by the age of the victim and depending on the way the bench faces identifies if they were on the plane or in the Pentagon. You can call up a pre-recorded audio tour or just wander around on your own. The site is a little difficult to get to. There’s a tunnel to get you there under the main high way, but it isn’t the most obvious. There weren’t any obvious signs in the Pentagon’s parking lot directing you there either… But if you can locate it, it is well worth the visit.

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    Very well thought out design. Each victim of the attack is honored in a subtle and touching fashion. Worth the visit.

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    As a Tour Leader I take students to this beautiful memorial on a regular basis. I emphasize the symbolism throughout the memorial. Everyone really appreciates seeing it firsthand.