Wall Honoring Terrorism Victims on Display in Sacramento

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A wall containing 11,000 names, stretching 100 feet long and six feet high is currently standing near the State Capitol.

The Wall of Remembrance honors those who died because of terrorism, both military and civilians indelibly preserved.

The two-sided memorial has names on one side, and a display on the other. The display has a timeline, starting with the bombing in Beirut in 1983 to the Boston Marathon bombing.

This wall has traveled more than 30,000 miles in just the last two years.

It will be on display in Capitol Park between L and Capital, and 13th and 14th Streets. Visitors can stop by any time between November 7 and 11.

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