Examples of national monument in a Sentence
the Statue of Liberty National Monument
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Last year, money woes forced the non-profit group to cancel one of its twice-yearly charter flights to Washington D.C., where World War II vets are treated to a free weekend tour of the national monuments.
According to a recent study by Headwaters Economics, national monuments that are redesignated as national parks see about a 21 percent spike in visitation in their first five years.
The park service is considering whether to designate the courthouse and other civil rights sites in Mississippi as national monuments and include them in the federal park system.
Like national parks and wilderness areas, national monuments have become regional economic engines for related eco-tourism and outdoor recreation businesses.
Under Reed's advice, Kirk ended the practice of flushing untreated sewage into the Atlantic Ocean and decided to support turning Biscayne Bay into a national monument.
That likely puts Golden and Lucas St. Clair, who led a push for a national monument, in the same boat in the 2nd District as Attorney General Janet Mills and attorney Adam Cote in the Democratic gubernatorial primary.
In December 2016, with less than a month left in his administration, Obama designated two new national monuments, including Bears Ears.
In December 2016, with less than a month left in his administration, Mr. Obama designated two new national monuments, including Bears Ears.
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NATIONAL MONUMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of national monument for English Language Learners
: a place (such as an old building or an area of land) that is owned and protected by a national government because of its natural beauty or its importance to history or science
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