Washington, D.C. is filled with famous national symbols. The Washington Monument honors George Washington-First President of the United States. The nearby Thomas Jefferson Memorial pays tribute to the primary author of the Declaration of Independence. At the Lincoln Memorial, Americans celebrate the 16th President of the United States and our enduring union. Since December 24, 1923, the United States has held a tradition of lighting a National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C. Today on the Ellipse, the grassy area south of the White House, this American holiday tradition continues to bring citizens together to share in a message of hope and peace.
This ornament ball features the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, and Thomas Jefferson Memorial. It measures 2.5 inches in diameter.