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    Steven Avila, a Department of Interior employee, wears a Washington Monument costume as he waves at photographers at the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2104, ahead of a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening. The monument, which sustained damage from an earthquake in August 2011, is reopening to the public today. Avila made the costume to show his support for the re-opening of the monument.
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    Visitors line up for tickets which are distributed at on a first-come basis at the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, ahead of a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening. The monument, which sustained damage from an earthquake in August 2011, is reopening to the public today.
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    George Washington played by Dean Malissa, left, and Martha Washington played by Mary Wiseman, attend a ceremony to celebrate the re-opening of the Washington Monument, Monday, May 12, 2014, in Washington.
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    Candice Glover, 2013 American Idol winner, sings at the Washington Monument in Washington, May 12, 2014, at a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening.
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    Master of Ceremonies Al Roker, of NBC's "Today Show", speaks at the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, during a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening. The monument, which sustained damage from an earthquake in August 2011, reopened to the public today.
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    Members of the United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drums Corps march beneath the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, during a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening.
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    Students from Bridge Street Middle School in Wheeling, W.Va., walk to the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, ahead of a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening. The monument, which sustained damage from an earthquake in August 2011, is reopening to the public today.
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    David M. Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group, who partially funded the restoration and Caroline L. Cunningham, take in the view from the 500-foot level at the Washington Monument in Washington, May 12, 2014, after a ceremony to celebrate its re-opening.
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    The South Lawn and the White House are seen from the 500-foot level of the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, as it re-opens.
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    RFK Memorial Stadium is visible behind the U.S. Capitol from the 500-foot level of the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, as it re-opens.
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    The Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin are seen from the 500-foot level of the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, as it reopens.
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    Kristin Beck, a former United States Navy SEAL, left, talks with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell inside the Washington Monument in Washington, Monday, May 12, 2014, looking toward the Capitol, after a ceremony which celebrated its re-opening. The monument, which sustained damage from an earthquake in August 2011, reopened to the public today.
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    In this Saturday, May 10, 2014 photo, a journalist photographs the Washington Monument during a press preview prior to the re-opening of the monument, in Washington. With more than 150 cracks patched and repaired in its white marble, the Washington Monument is set to reopen for the first time since a 2011 earthquake caused widespread damage.
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    In this Saturday, May 10, 2014 photo, Bob Vogel, superintendent of National Mall and Memorial Parks, points out a repaired crack inside the Washington Monument during a press preview prior to the re-opening of the monument, in Washington. With more than 150 cracks patched and repaired in its white marble, the Washington Monument is set to reopen for the first time since a 2011 earthquake caused widespread damage.
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    In this Saturday, May 10, 2014 photo, a journalist photographs a scale model and a piece of stone in a new exhibit inside the Washington Monument during a press preview prior to the re-opening of the monument, in Washington. With more than 150 cracks patched and repaired in its white marble, the Washington Monument is set to reopen for the first time since a 2011 earthquake caused widespread damage.
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    This June 2, 2013 file photo shows a damaged stone on the Washington Monument at the 491-foot level of the scaffolding surrounding the monument, in Washington.
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    In this June 2, 2013 file photo, Bob Collie, project manager with Perini Management Services, puts his finger in a crack of the Washington Monument at the 491-foot level of the scaffolding surrounding the monument, in Washington. The monument, which sustained damage from an earthquake in August 2011.
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