Mount Rushmore to improve avenue of flags in $14M renovation

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Mount Rushmore to improve avenue of flags in $14M renovation

Visitors to Mount Rushmore National Monument walk past the Avenue of Flags toward the Grand View Terrace in S.D. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is getting a $14 million upgrade, though the carved heads of U.S. presidents won’t be touched. The largest change funded by the congressional appropriation will be a streamlined avenue of flags.
Mount Rushmore National Monument is seen behind the Avenue of Flags in S.D. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is getting a $14 million upgrade, though the carved heads of U.S. presidents won’t be touched. The largest change funded by the congressional appropriation will be a streamlined avenue of flags.
Richard and Connie Andersen, of Stockton, Calif., pose for a picture in front of Mount Rushmore National Monument in S.D. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is getting a $14 million upgrade, though the carved heads of U.S. presidents won’t be touched. The largest change funded by the congressional appropriation will be a streamlined avenue of flags.

Mount Rushmore to improve avenue of flags in $14M renovation

Visitors to Mount Rushmore National Monument walk past the Avenue of Flags toward the Grand View Terrace in S.D. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is getting a $14 million upgrade, though the carved heads of U.S. presidents won’t be touched. The largest change funded by the congressional appropriation will be a streamlined avenue of flags.
Mount Rushmore National Monument is seen behind the Avenue of Flags in S.D. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is getting a $14 million upgrade, though the carved heads of U.S. presidents won’t be touched. The largest change funded by the congressional appropriation will be a streamlined avenue of flags.
Richard and Connie Andersen, of Stockton, Calif., pose for a picture in front of Mount Rushmore National Monument in S.D. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is getting a $14 million upgrade, though the carved heads of U.S. presidents won’t be touched. The largest change funded by the congressional appropriation will be a streamlined avenue of flags.
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