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John F. Kennedy Gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC

214 McNair Rd Arlington, VA 22211
Perhaps the most visited site in Arlington National Cemetery, the John F. Kennedy Grave Site paved with irregular stones of Cape Cod granite and an eternal flame that burns bright, stands as a monument where we can pay our respects to the fallen president.

The entire site takes up 3.2 acres of land and just as Mrs. Kennedy had said, 'he belongs to the people'. In between the granite stones, clover and sedum grow in the crevices and give the appearance of stones lying naturally in a Massachusetts field. These stones actually came from a site near the president's home and were selected by members of his own family. Mrs. Kennedy also expressed the desire to mark the grave site with an eternal flame much like that of the French Unknown Solider in Paris. First lit during the funeral by Mrs. Kennedy, the Eternal Flame burns from the center of a 5 foot flat granite stone at the head of the grave. The John F. Kennedy Grave Site offers a place where you can remember the 35th President of the United States.

I have always wanted to see this tribute to JFK...the description alone is moving! I can't wait to see the native granite stones and eternal flame .
Gigi -
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