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There are countless ways to honor a person or event There may be a written poem book a pieced together scrapbook or even a song such as Tears in Heaven which was written by Eric Clapton in honor of his son Clapton shows the pain and loss he felt of the death of his four year old son Conor who had fallen from a window of the fifty-third floor New York apartment in March 20 1991 or it may just be a monument to pay tribute to a special person or event Monuments usual give the way of paying respect and showing value to those who have done many or even one great accomplishment As for events the same value is to be applied as well and as well is something to be cherished Recognition should be a significant virtue amongst society simply for society to take great recognition of such achievements or events that may have been made to perhaps somewhat be something to look up to or even to cherish and take pride for However there comes a period when something may be needed to be take into consideration when constructing monuments such as location size money and purpose to deeply appreciate and honor those who made great achievements or events Location is one of the major objectives to take into consider when constructing a memorial As for location for a monument it should be an undisturbed and appropriate site In many cases it is mainly because monuments do not seem to not have much appreciation or notice from society Many people believe that some of the memorials that are built today do not have a proper location for it to be situated such as the National Holocaust Memorial Museum near the Washington DC mall In Christine Mussers article Preserving Memory National Holocaust Memorial Museum Controversy she firmly disuses how she seems to come into disagreement on the location they had chosen
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