Alexandria National Cemetery, Alexandria

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Cemetery · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Alexandria National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery, of approximately 5.5 acres (2.2 ha), located in the city of Alexandria, Virginia. Administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, it is one of the original national cemeteries that were established in 1862. As of 2014, it was site to over 4,500 interments. The cemetery can accommodate the cremated remains of eligible individuals.

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  • Grounds are kept very nice, it was amazing to see flags at ever stone in cemetery. We also saw President Biden helicopters leaving after he gave his speech.  more »
  • I stumbled on this cemetery while wandering the streets of Alexandria on a gorgeous day, simply wanting to be off the "regular" path. This held a surprise as I found the grave of a relative from the....  more »
  • A part of history of our great country it really lets you get things in perspective and visit those who no longer have any one visiting .
  • A quiet and peacefully place, It also well maintenance

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