Pierre, South Dakota: Saluting Soldiers
A line of saluting bronze soldiers stand on the ground, representing the different branches of the military that fought in World War II.
- E. Broadway Ave., Pierre, SD
- On the northwest shore of Capitol Lake, to the east of the State Capitol building.
- Lit at night.
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One of the memorials on the grounds of the South Dakota State Capitol is a line of saluting bronze statues that depict the different branches of the military that fought in World War II. The statues are particularly impressive at night, as they are lit from below. [Ronnie, 01/11/2017]
March 26, 2017
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