WASHINGTON — Some come alone, others bring their families, and some arrive in small groups. They come for many reasons. For some it is a place to remember. For others it is a place to heal. For everybody who comes here, it is a place to pay respect to those who made the ultimate sacrifice to their country.
The Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial is one of the most moving tributes to fallen heroes that we have ever seen. Located on a small hill with a view of the Kentucky River and State Capitol building, the memorial was conceived to be a place of contemplation and quiet meditation, a place to reflect upon the nature of the Vietnam War and those who served in it.
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