Do You Know What City This U.S. Military Monument Is In?

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Jacqueline Samaroo

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Where is this emblematic and well-known military monument located?

This is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a military memorial located in Washington, D.C. It is one of the most popular memorials in the country, with an estimated 3 million visitors each year.

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This monument from the Aloha State can be found in what city?

The USS Arizona Memorial is one of the most iconic military memorials in the state of Hawaii. It commemorates the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor that led to the United States' direct involvement in World War II.

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This monument is found in what city in the Ocean State?

This is Liberty Arming the Patriot, a military memorial that located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. It is meant to commemorate citizens of the city who participated in the American Civil War.

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Where can this momentous military monument be found?

The African American Civil War Memorial Museum consists of both a memorial and a museum. It is one of the most iconic military memorials in Washington, D.C. As its name suggests, it commemorates the service of 209,145 African-American soldiers (and also 2,145 Hispanic soldiers and about 7,000 white soldiers) who fought for the Union during the American Civil War.

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In what city in the Buckeye State can this monument be found?

This is the Lincoln Vicksburg Monument, a military memorial located in Columbus, Ohio. It was created to commemorate victims of the American Civil War and also its namesake, Abraham Lincoln.

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Which city on an island is home to this military monument?

El Monumento de la Recordación is one of the most iconic military memorials in the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico. It serves as a memorial to all Puerto Ricans who have fallen in combat in service of the United States Armed Forces.

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This monument has its home in which popular U.S. city?

This is the Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument, a military memorial located in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. It serves as a memorial to more than 11,500 American prisoners of war who died aboard British prison ships during the American Revolutionary War,

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Where can this prominent military monument be found?

The National World War II Memorial is a military memorial in Washington, D.C. It is dedicated to civilians and members of the armed forces who served during World War II.

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This monument is found in which city in the Bay State?

The Rockery, also known as the Memorial Cairn, is a military memorial located in Easton, Massachusetts. It is dedicated to the citizens of Easton who died during the American Civil War.

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Where can this monument honoring Japanese Americans be found?

The Go for Broke Monument is in the Little Tokyo section of Los Angeles, California. It serves as a dedication to Japanese Americans who served in the United States Army during World War II.

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This monument is found in which city in the Badger State?

This is the Milwaukee County War Memorial, a military memorial located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is dedicated to all residents of Milwaukee County who have served in the U.S. Armed Services.

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Which city in the Prairie State is home to this monument?

Although there are several monuments with the same name in various cities in the U.S., this particular Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall is in Peoria, Illinois. It serves as a memorial to American Civil War soldiers from Peoria.

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This military monument that honors African Americans can be found in which city?

This is the All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors, a military memorial located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is dedicated to Pennsylvania’s African American servicemen who fought in various conflicts, from the American Revolutionary War to World War I.

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This scientific military monument is found in which city?

The Bradbury Science Museum is located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. It is a functioning museum and memorial to military science in the U.S., particularly the World War II Manhattan Project, which produced the first nuclear weapons.

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Which city in the Great Lakes State is home to this monument?

This is the Kent County Civil War Monument, a military memorial located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is dedicated to residents of the county who fought in the Civil War. It was restored in 2014.

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This historic home serves as a military monument is which city?

The Mabry–Hazen House is a military memorial in the state of Tennessee. It is the historic home of Joseph Mabry II, a wealthy merchant from Knoxville who was given the title of honorary Confederate Army General during the American Civil War.

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In which Golden State city can this monument be found?

This is the Northwood Gratitude and Honor Memorial, a military memorial located in Irvine, California. It is dedicated to U.S. troops who lost their lives in service in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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This bronze monument can be found in which city?

The Victorious Charge is located in the state of Wisconsin. This bronze sculpture was notably created by John S. Conway and commemorates the Union soldiers who fought during the American Civil War.

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Which city in the Lone Star State is home to this monument?

This is the Military Working Dog Teams National Monument, a military memorial located in San Antonio, Texas. It is dedicated to all U.S. military dogs and U.S. Military Working Dog Handlers.

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This water fixture is a military monument in which city?

The Memorial Fountain is a military memorial in the state of Oregon. It is located right outside of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum and is dedicated to all United States veterans.

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Which city in the Golden State is home to this monument?

This is the West Coast Memorial to the Missing of World War II, a military memorial located in San Francisco, California. As its name suggests, it is dedicated to all missing U.S. servicemen of World War II.

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Where in the Buckeye State can this monument be found?

Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial is one of the most iconic military memorials in the state of Ohio. It was created to commemorate the Battle of Lake Erie and Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, who led a fleet to victory in this important battle that was fought during the War of 1812.

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This monument is located in which city in the Badger State?

The Spanish–American War Soldier is in the state of Wisconsin. It is dedicated to all U.S. citizens who served in the Spanish–American War.

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Which city in the Beaver State is home to this military monument?

This is Theodore Roosevelt, Rough Rider, a military memorial located in Portland, Oregon. It is dedicated to the Rough Riders – a cavalry regiment during the Spanish–American War – and one of their commanders, Theodore Roosevelt.

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Where in the Sooner State can this monument be found?

The AT6 Monument is a military memorial located in the state of Oklahoma. It is dedicated to Royal Air Force cadets who were killed on a training flight during World War II.

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The D-Day monument is located in which city?

This is the National D-Day Memorial, a military memorial located in Bedford, Virginia. It serves as a monument to commemorate all U.S veterans of D-Day.

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This military monument is located in which city in the Sunshine State?

The Veterans Memorial Wall is one of the most iconic military memorials in the state of Florida. It is meant to commemorate all local war heroes from Jacksonville.

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This military monument and graveyard is located in which city?

This is Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery, a military memorial located in Columbus, Ohio. It was previously a prison camp operated by Union soldiers but it now serves as a home for more than 2,000 graves.

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This religious-themed monument can be found in which city?

The Cathedral of the Pines is one of the most iconic military memorials in the state of New Hampshire. It is dedicated to all United States military casualties.

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Where in the Prairie State can this monument be found?

This is the Queen of the Holy Rosary Memorial Shrine, a military memorial located in LaSalle, Illinois. It commemorates all veterans (alive or dead) who served in the United States Armed Forces.

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This monument commemorating the Washington Grays can be found in which city in the Keystone State?

This is the Washington Grays Monument, a military memorial located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is dedicated to the Washington Grays of Philadelphia, a local a volunteer regiment that served the state of Pennsylvania and the Union in the Civil War.

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This Laos-inspired monument can be found in which city?

The Lao, Hmong and American Veterans Memorial is a military memorial in the state of Wisconsin. It is also known as the Sheboygan Hmong Memorial and is dedicated to the service the Hmong people of Laos who allied with the U.S. during the Secret War in Vietnam.

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This "revolutionary" monument is located in which city?

The Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier is a military memorial in the state of Pennsylvania. It serves as a means of honoring the numerous soldiers who died during the American Revolutionary War.

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This monument is located in which city in the Old Line State?

This is the Peace Cross, a military memorial that is located in Bladensburg, Maryland. It serves as a means of commemorating all the World War I victims who came from the town.

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Which city in the Centennial State is home to this monument?

The Weld County Veterans Memorial is a military memorial in the state of Colorado. It is dedicated to all U.S. veterans who came from Weld County.

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This French-inspired monument is located in which city?

This is the Rosedale World War I Memorial Arch, a military memorial located in Kansas City, Kansas. It was inspired by the Arc de Triomphe in France and was dedicated to veterans of World War I.

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About This Quiz

This momentous quiz is a monument to all of the iconic U.S. military monuments.

In the United States, the military personnel who put their lives on the line to protect the safety of the country's citizens and defend the interests of the nation are widely revered as heroes. These are men and women (and sometimes even dogs) that have dedicated their lives to the stability of not only the United States of America but to the world as a whole. Not only have some of them sacrificed years to this endeavor but hundreds of thousands of these servicemen and servicewomen have sacrificed their lives to the cause.

As a result, it should come as no surprise that military monuments of all shapes and sizes are a common sight in the United States. In fact, countless cities across the country have erected monuments dedicated to military personnel in the area, or, on a larger scale, military personnel from all corners of the country. In this quiz, we've collected a diverse handful of some of the most memorable military monuments from all over the U.S.  Can you match them to the cities in which they are found?  There's only one way to find out.

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