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On Saturday, December 15, Wreaths Across America will place wreaths on the Veterans memorials in this cemetery to honor those that served our country. Everyone is invited to attend the ceremony that starts promply at noon. Please come join us then.
Adjacent to the Alexandria African American Heritage Park. Quiet and lovely, especially in early morning or late afternoon. Graves, mostly Union troops & some U.S. Colored Troops, include government civilians who died trying to catch John Wilkes Booth.
As Veterans my husband and myself loved seeing how well this cemetery was cared for..It is beautiful and makes one very proud to walk through. Pride is definitely shown to those that have fallen for this wonderful country in Alexandria National Cemetery.
If you like cemeteries, this is a nice one. Not so big, well kept. Very quiet, nice stoll. Birds are singing, the sun was nice and warm. No one around. Nice place to reflect on all the lives sacrified for the country, and all the...More
I think that this place is a big part of USA's story. The soldiers are so serius and I walked and heard in silence. You have to see the change of guard.
E' un pezzo della storia di America. Emozionante il cambio guardia
I was in awe of the amount of people of old that were buried at this graveyard. There were several cemeteries in the general area and there was walking paths to walk through. I have never seen anything like it. Definitely felt like a walk...More