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    Christopher Columbus, Iwo Jima, The Vietnam Memorial, and the drawn out list continues of the many remarkable people and events that over the years artists have created memorials of/for. People create statues, plaques, mausoleums, etc., all for someone who has done something so phenomenal for this nation, as well of astonishing and even devastating events that have forever left an imprint on America and the rest of the world. Designing and having the task of dedicating a beautiful memorial to something needs to take in consideration of certain facts. When a designer is in the process of fabricating a monument to memorialize a person or historical event the creator needs to think of what historical event or person they want…

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    Memorials hold a special place in many countries showing the struggles their ancestors went through and leaving their mark on history for centuries to come. Memorials represent important moments in history, however, the construction of one includes several factors that must take careful consideration. Location and design are very important for size as well as placement, the event or the person that the memorial is for and, of course, it also depends on how costly the project is. A…

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    Monuments and memorials are key to acknowledging and paying respect to the past. They provide honor to great achievements and pay homage to the sacrifice of people. Monuments are vital to society. Since they admire great achievements, educate society on past events, and inspire individuals to imprint their own footsteps in history. Though, monuments mean to respect figures of the past, many designers make the mistake of creating a monument not worthy of the important figures imprint in humanity.…

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    Memorials are a great, wonderful, amazing thing to have. They show great significance, memories, and love. According to a quick search on the web, the definition of memorials are “something, especially a structure, esablished to remind people of a person or event. People build memorials for many different reasons. A lot of times they are built to remind people of who they once knew. If it was a place then it shows them something they once knew. They are very important to have and hold because…

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    Memorial Dbq

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    imagine it being gnawed away by rats. Certain shortfalls arise when contrasting these forgotten structures and, say, the often-visited monuments of the National Mall. We must mind these qualities if we wish to prevent its fall to obscurity. Foremost, whatever cause our memorial will commemorate, it must resound in the hearts of the people. Otherwise, it gets lost to the annals of history, as it did for H. Elroy Johnson, the subject of “The Maine Lobsterman.” Presented once in the 1939 New York…

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    There are many factors that go into creating a monument. The key factors are the environment and materials, and no why other factors are not key ones will be explained. The environment is a very important factor. The monument has to blend with the environment. For example, if the monument is about an awesome person with great power, then the monument should stand tall over the environment. In "Making the Memorial", the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Maya Lin, states "The idea of…

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    There are many factors that go into creating a monument. The key factors of a monument are the environment and materials, and no why other factors are not key ones will be explained. The environment is a very important factor. The monument has to blend with the environment. For example, if the monument is about an awesome person with great power, then the monument should stand tall over the environment. In "Making the Memorial", the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Maya Lin, states…

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    Abraham Lincoln, Christopher Columbus, Iwo Jima, The Vietnam Memorial, and the drawn out list continues of the many remarkable people and events that over the years artist have created memorials of/for. People create statues, plaques, mausoleums, etc., all for someone who has done something so phenomenal for this nation, as well of astonishing and even devastating events that have forever left an imprint on America and the rest of the world. Designing and having the task of dedicating a…

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    Memorialize A great idea starts with a great mind. The complexity of a memorial takes a lot of time and energy along with copious amounts of thinking. A memorial is something designed to preserve the memory of a person or event that had a great impact on society or is a key event in history. Building a memorial is very time consuming and takes a lot of thinking and brainstorming. There are three important key ideas to focus on when building a monument. Size is very important to pay attention to…

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    Monuments recognize people that helped in events that contribute to how the United States is today. Though they take a lot of time and effort, it is worth the recognition. Agencies should consider in memorializing an event or person by creating a monument because they are used to honor great achievement or pay respect to a deep sacrifice. Monuments of people may be unnatural landmarks but they honor great achievements made in the U.S. Some problems that people may face when it comes to…

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