Gallery of Missouri Korean War Veterans Memorial / Tilt-Up Concrete Association - 1
Image 1 of 17 from gallery of Missouri Korean War Veterans Memorial / Tilt-Up Concrete Association. Photograph by Dror Baldinger, Courtesy of Powers Brown Architecture
Once a Year at 11:11 am the Sun Shines Perfectly on this Memorial
On Nov. 11 at 11:11 am, the sun’s rays pass through the ellipses of the five Armed Services pillars to form a perfect solar spotlight over a mosaic of The Great Seal of the United States.
Memorial Benches for Public Spaces And Parks
Browse Public Memorial Bench Designs by Clicking on the Images Below Rome Monument specializes in custom designed memorial benches for public spaces such as city parks, playgrounds, and commercial and government building properties where people can enjoy sitting and relaxing. These benches often commemorate the acheivements of an important local public figure or group of people from the community. They may also be donated to the community by an individual or company whose name is then…
War Memorial Design And Construction Photos
Browse War Memorial Designs by Clicking on the Images Below Rome Monument specializes in custom designed War Memorials for public spaces such as city parks, town greens, and commercial and government building grounds. We manufacture and install monuments, statues, plaques, memorial walls and other memorial types that honor Armed Forces personnel who fought in World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and other foreign wars. Sculpted or inscribed with beautiful etchings…
Penn Hills Fallen Officers Monument Designed By Rome Monument
Pictured here is the Penn Hills Fallen Officers Monument designed and built by Rome Monument. The law enforcement memorial, erected in 1973, honors the municipality’s fallen police officers.
Veterans Memorial Design And Construction Photos
Rome Monument designs and builds civic memorials, tributes to individual soldiers, war memorials and monuments honoring to brave men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces
Civic Pride Memorial and Monument Designs
Browse Civic Pride Monument Designs by Clicking on the Images Below Rome Monument specializes in custom designed civic pride monuments for public spaces such as city parks, town greens, and commercial and government building properties. These monuments, statues, plaques, or other memorial types honor a local public figure, group of people, or organization that the community is particularly proud of--such as the city founder, local hero, political figure, sports team, or successful company…
Thin blue line police bracelet Sterling silver Inlay Stamped name badge number Officer Police wife spouse Family girlfriend Heart support
Designed for Police officers, spouses, partners and loved ones to honor their bravery. "Thin Blue Line" cuff bracelet is sterling silver, 5mm wide with blue inlay. My Thin Blue Line cuff bracelet is fully customizable and can be hand stamped with a custom name, initials, badge number inside and an additional Blue Heart can be added on the outside of the cuff. Important before ordering * It's important to know your size, these bracelets with an inlay are not very adjustable so please make…
Engraved Commemorative Bricks for Sale in Pittsburgh Area
For four generations, Rome Monument has specialized in custom commemorative bricks and memorials. 7 locations in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.
All Veterans Memorial in Sunset Beach Cape May
A few months ago we took a trip down to Cape May, New Jersey and visited the Sunset Beach area. One of the places we toured was called the World War 2 Lookout Tower and right behind the tower you will find the "All Veterans Memorial". (Note: You can click on the photos in this travel blog post to enlarge them to see details). From the road and the parking lot area you will see the World War 2 Lookout Tower which we walked around the grounds and behind the tower (not seen from the parking…
The U.S. National World War II Memorial is a National Memorial dedicated to Americans who served in the armed forces and as civilians during World War II. Consisting of 56 pillars and a pair of arches surrounding a plaza and fountain, it is located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on the former site of the Rainbow Pool at the eastern end of the Reflecting Pool, between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. It opened to the public on April 29, 2004, and was dedicated by…