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This was the first Washington Monument to be undertaken and the first of importance to be completed.
Funds for the roughly $200,000 project were raised by lottery and contributed by the state.
It consists of a base, 50 feet square and 28 feet high, supporting an unfluted Doric column. The column is surmounted by a stepped dome crowned by a 16-foot statue of Washington, carved by the Italian sculptor Henrico Caucici.
The monument was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 as part of the Mount Vernon Place Historic District.
In the base is a collection of Washington relics.
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