The FDR Memorial wasn't on my list but after seeing (on the map) that it was close proximity to the Lincoln Memorial area, I decided to walk over to take a look.
It looks small from outside but if you go all the way in, you'll land up at a large open air memorial park. It was inspiring reading all the stone inscriptions.
Further along the way is the Jefferson Memorial. It's a beautiful standalone white building with tall circular columns and if I recall correctly, it sits near the Tidal Basin.
I love how a memorial is built to commemorate each of the Presidents of the United States, that have made a difference to the country and allowing the future generations to visit and learn.
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Next up, will be my adventures in Hong Kong.