Arlington National Cemetery - Auditorium - Stock Image

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The Auditorium, near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA.

The Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA, was dedicated on 15 May 1920. About 5,000 visitors attend each of the three major annual memorial services there, for Easter, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day. These are sponsored by the US Army Military District of Washington. Many military organizations also conduct annual memorial services in the amphitheater.

There is a small chapel is beneath the stage. The names of 44 US battles from the American Revolution through the Spanish-American War are inscribed around the frieze above the colonnade. Inside the apse is inscribed, "When we assumed the soldier we did not lay aside the citizen," from a letter written by George Washington to the Provincial Congress. "We here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain," from Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, is inscribed above the stage. Etched above the west entrance is, "Dulce et decorum est prop patria mori" (Horace, Ode III, 2, 13), meaning "It is sweet and fitting to die for one's country."

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