Obama inauguration: Will you be there?

Crowds watch President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama at the 2009 inaugural ball Crowds watch President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama at the 2009 inaugural ball

Preparations are underway for US President Barack Obama's second inauguration at a large ceremony on the National Mall in Washington DC on 21 January.

Will you be watching the inauguration live?

Do you plan to be part of the crowds on the National Mall on Monday? Are you arriving early to get a good spot?

Will you be marking the occasion with friends or family? If so, we want to hear from you.

We would also like you to share your stories and photos.

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