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TODAY   |  March 08, 2013

Washington Monument earthquake repairs begin

Crews have begun erecting scaffolding around the Washington Monument in the nation’s capital to repair damage and cracks suffered in an earthquake in August 2011. The landmark has been closed to the public ever since.

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>>> have begun erecting the scaffolding around the washington monument to repair damages and cracks suffered in the earthquake in august 2011 . the landmark has been closed to the public ever since, and the cost of repairs estimated to be about $15 million.