"Memorial Arch" Valley Forge National Historical Park Things to Do Tip by mrclay2000

  Memorial Arch
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Erected in 1917, the Memorial Arch is the most considerable monument at Valley Forge. Commemorating the "patience and fidelity" of the soldiers who wintered here in 1777, there is no more fitting memorial to our fallen heroes throughout the state of Pennsylvania (save the Pennsylvania Monument at Gettysburg).

Phone: (610) 783-1077
Website: http://www.nps.gov/vafo/index.htm

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  • Written Nov 23, 2003
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