10 + 2 Locais de exibição contínua da Bandeira dos Estados Unidos da América

10 + 2 Places of continuous display of the U.S. Flag
By presidential proclamation, acts of Congress, and custom, U.S. flags are displayed continuously at certain locations.

1. Replicas of the Star Spangled Banner Flag (15 stars, 15 stripes) are flown at two sites in Baltimore, Maryland: Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and Flag House Square.
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2. Marine Corps War Memorial (Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima), Arlington, Virginia.
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3. The Battle Green in Lexington, Massachusetts, site of the first shots fired in the Revolution.


4. The White House, Washington, D.C.
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5. Fifty U.S. flags are displayed continuously at the Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.
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6. At U.S. Customs and Border Protection Ports of Entry that are continuously open.


7. A Civil War era flag (for the year 1863) flies above Pennsylvania Hall (Old Dorm) at Gettysburg College. This building, occupied by both sides at various points of the Battle of Gettysburg, served as a lookout and battlefield hospital.


8. Grounds of the National Memorial Arch in Valley Forge NHP, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
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9. By custom, at the Maryland home, birthplace, and grave of Francis Scott Key; at the Worcester, Massachusetts, war memorial; at the plaza in Taos, New Mexico (since 1861); at the United States Capitol (since 1918); and at Mount Moriah Cemetery in Deadwood, South Dakota.


10. Slover Mountain (Colton Liberty Flag), in Colton, California. July 4, 1917 to circa. 1952 & 1997 to present.


11. At The Ceremonial South Pole as one of the 12 flags representing the signatory countries of the original Antarctic Treaty.
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12. On the Moon: six manned missions successfully landed at various location and each had a flag raised at the site. Only the flag placed by the Apollo 11 mission was blown over by exhaust gases when the Ascent Stage launched to return the astronauts to their Command Module for return to Earth.

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