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    Results 41 thru 50 of 318 total resources.

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    JFK Eternal Flame
    Eternal flame at Arlington, Virginia that was lit to honor John F. Kennedy, 42nd President who was assassinated November 23, 1963
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    Grades: All
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    Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
    The unknown soldiers buried in the Plaza represent the missing and unknown service members for four different wars. Being buried at Arlington, Virginia gives...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    Grades: All
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    Guard
    This guard is a member of the elite company that guards the tomb of the unknown soldier all year round, rain or shine. You can go and watch the changing of ...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
    Grades: All
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    Bridge of Sighs
    The Bridge of Sighs is located in Venice, Italy. Its original name was Ponte dei Sospiri. Connecting the Doge Palace with the prison over the Rio di Palazzo,...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Mathematics
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    Water Taxi
    A typical water taxi in Venice, Italy.
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    Bus Stop
    This is where people board the vaporetto or water bus in Venice, Italy.
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    Water Bus
    This is a vaporetto (bus) which carries people to destinations on the waterways of Venice, Italy.
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    Water Fire truck
    Fireboat along the canals in Venice, Italy.
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    Water Ambulance
    A water ambulance on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy.
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    Water Freight Boat
    This is a typical boat that moves freight along the canals throughout Venice, Italy.


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