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The Cenotaph, Sydney

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  • Now is a perfect time to visit as the base of the memorial is covered in flowers from ANZAC day. Being from a family of service people, we like to visit here, and take a moment, in respect to our fall...  more »
  • The cenotaph honours war dead from all conflicts. It is an Australian tradition, to hold personal sacrifices in war, close to their heart. Many Australians, lost fathers, mothers, grandparents, uncles...  more »
  • Meaningful memorial for many and a focal point on Anzac Day but easily overlooked most of the time by passersby.  more »
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  • An important reminder of why we live in (relative) peace and in memory of those who sacrificed so we do.
  • Great place to set as a meeting point. Actual cenotaph has historical value as a monument to those that have died for the country.
  • Solemn and beautiful historical memorial.
  • It's location and the recent ANZAC memorial day, has left the memorial drapped in wreaths. LEST WE FORGET
  • A memorial for our military