Georgetown Displays Vietnam Vets Wall Replica

Tuesday, Oct 8, 2013  |  Updated 9:37 AM EDT
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Veterans and visitors kept from seeing the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall because of the government shutdown now have a chance to see a replica.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and Georgetown Univesity have brought a traveling wall to the university's campus. "The Wall that Heals" will be on display starting from October 8 through October 14 on the lawn of Healy Hall.

The 250-foot long replica is free and open for anyone to view.

Free shuttle buses will also be available to bring people from the National Mall to campus.

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