The Jefferson Memorial, located in Washington, D.C., is 74,300 square miles, or 192,436 square kilometers. The famous bronze statute of Jefferson, located in the interior of the Memorial building, is 9 feet tall and weighs 10,000 pounds.
the thomas Jefferson memorial
The Jefferson Memorial was built to honor Thomas Jefferson.
the thomas jefferson memorial weighs 10 tons
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial was built during 1939-42, and his statue was added in 1947.
Rudolph Evans was commissioned to sculpt the statue of Thomas Jefferson
Directly in front of the Jefferson Memorial is the White House
The Jefferson Memorial in Washington D.C.
The statue was sculpted by Rudolph Evans i think
The Thomas Jefferson memorial
The address of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation is: Po Box 316, Charlottesvle, VA 22902-0316
The Jefferson Memorial was built in 1943 and is located in Washington D.C. The memorial took 4 years to build. The bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson was added in 1947.
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial The Lincoln Memorial & The Washington Monument
60 feet tall
Lincoln memorial and Thomas Jefferson memorial
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial was designed by an architect named John Russell Pope. He was with the architectural firm of Eggers and Higgins.
The address of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Center Inc is: 230 Congress St Fl 12, Boston, MA 02110-2464
A 19 foot statue of Thomas Jefferson sculpted by Rudolph Evans.
The Jefferson Memorial honors Thomas Jefferson as the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States. England
The Washington Monument was erected to honor George Washington. The Jefferson Memorial honors Thomas Jefferson, and the Lincoln Memorial honors Abraham Lincoln.
In Washington, DC.The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is located at the Southern End of the National Mall, adjacent to Tidal Basin and West Potmac River.
The Jefferson Memorial was built as a tribute to one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America. Thomas Jefferson was the chief writer of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States.