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National Memorial Arch, Valley Forge

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  • The tribute Washington paid to the troops during the winter of 1777-1778 are give a small glimpse of his regard for them. Incredible that as many stayed to fight after that winter. The Arch is on a hi...  read more »
  • It is a huge arch on a hill in the middle of valley forge. There are many masonic monuments throughout the park and they all seemed a little out of place to me. I would have enjoyed the park much more...  read more »
  • Reminds me of the Titus Arch in Rome. It is very impressive and from as far as I can tell right in the middle of Valley Forge National Park. 
  • Beautiful Monument. Great place to walk, and relax.
  • Great park in which to take a hike or run, or learn a little more about American colonial history. Watch out for the deer along the road though.
  • Love this place, in memory for fallen solders for the freedom of America (Year 1777), Birth place of US Army and battle ground of George Washington with very senicn and beautiful surroundings reflecting on our past-present. I always enjoy a trip to this shrine :-)
  • Beautiful scenery, great for an outdoor walk, bike ride, and family outing
  • Special place to star gaze!!
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