Roosevelt memorial hall, the full name of franklin delano Roosevelt memorial park, located in downtown Washington, completed in May 1997, the overall project cost of $48 million, is designed to commemorate the 32nd President of the United States, Mr Franklin delano Roosevelt and funded by the U.S. government was designed and built.
The premium natural materials used in the memorial park are brown granite boulders from the native south Dakota state. The stone walls of the Roosevelt memorial, made of more than 30,000 pieces of granite weighing more than 6,000 tons, such as life-size, lifelike bronze statues, are the main part of the park’s design.
The entire building of the Roosevelt memorial is divided into four sections by stone walls, representing the four periods of Roosevelt’s rule: the first stone chamber is embossed to represent the moment when Roosevelt was sworn in. There are different handprints and faces carved on the stone wall, which correspond to the engravings on the central stone pillar of the chamber. The second stone room is the subject of the first stone room’s New Deal and social welfare system, and contains the works of famous sculptors George seeger and Robert graham. The third stone room features a President sitting twice as big as a real person. The theme of the fourth stone chamber is President Roosevelt’s most important working partner, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.