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A structure on the Washington Mall, over five hundred feet tall, built in the nineteenth century in honor of George Washington. In shape it is an obelisk — a four-sided shaft with a pyramid at the top.
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She camped out at the Washington Monument and drew little coverage.Cindy Sheehan Antiwar Activism Continues Despite Being Used by the Democrats|Stephen L. Carter|May 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The Washington Monument had only gotten itself safe above high-water mark; and what there was of it was in danger of falling down.With Fire and Sword|Samuel H. M. Byers
A bomb dropped near the Washington Monument, sending up a huge spout of dust that veiled it from his eyes.