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Jump Back in Time 进步时代 (1890-1913)
 
View of cherry trees in full bloom and the Washington Monument
盛开的樱桃树与华盛顿纪念碑

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在华盛顿特区种下樱桃树
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第一夫人塔夫特与次恩塔夫人种植的这些樱桃树,只是日本政府送给美国3020棵樱桃树的其中一小部分而已。这些树木被种植在波多马克潮汐湖沿岸靠近杰佛逊纪念堂的地方、东波多马克公园,以及白宫草地上。你知道为什么日本要送樱花树给美国吗?。


When First Lady Taft and the Viscountess Chinda planted those cherry trees, they were only a small part of a gift of 3,020 trees given to the U.S. by the Japanese government. The trees were planted along the Potomac Tidal Basin near the Jefferson Memorial, in East Potomac Park, and on the White House grounds. Why do you think the Japanese gave the cherry trees to the U.S.?

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