Arlington Memorial Bridge

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Arlington Memorial Bridge,

granite and concrete bridge across the Potomac River connecting the Lincoln Monument in Washington, D.C., with Arlington National Cemetery, N Va.; built 1926–32.
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Symbolically, DC proper and Arlington are linked by the Arlington Memorial Bridge, a straight line connecting Lee's home in the 'South' to Abraham Lincoln's marble memorial on the northern bank.
The event begins at the unit headquarters on Fort Belvoir, where participants march across post, down George Washington Memorial Parkway, past Mount Vernon, through Old Town Alexandria, past Reagan National Airport, and across the Arlington Memorial Bridge into Washington, D.C.
These three groups of Free Indian Occupied Kashmir rally protested on prominent roads and Avenues of Virginia and Washington DC including Arlington Memorial Bridge, Capitol Hills, Washington Monument, White House, Dupont Circle and Massachusetts Ave (Embassies road) and in front of Indian Embassy at Massachusetts Ave Washington DC.
When Gordy jumps off the Arlington Memorial Bridge, his classmates Mark, Todd, and Zola--with no illusions about their lousy, debt-ridden futures--ditch their studies and pursue Gordy's leads.
* Arlington Memorial Bridge Reconstruction Project, $90 million.

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