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    Monuments & Markers in Johnson City

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    Business Listing   Appalachian Funeral Home & Cremation Services - Johnson City, TN - Phone: (423) 928-6111

    Business Listing   Baker Carson B Jr - Johnson City, TN - Phone: (423) 282-1521

    Business Listing   Happy Valley Memorial Park Inc - Johnson City, TN - Phone: (423) 543-1051

    Business Listing   Washington County Memory Garden Chapel Mausoleum - Johnson City, TN - Phone: (423) 282-5121

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    Helpful Definition for: Monuments & Markers

    Monuments and Markers, in Johnson City, refer to structures that are built in memory of a person or event of significance. The idea is to commemorate and acknowledge the contribution that the person or event may have made in the past, which later bore an impact on history. They may be of different types, viz, memorials, tombs, statues, temples, columns, grave stones, mounds, triumphal arches, etc.These markers and monuments become places of interest and value to visitors and tourists, both native and international.

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