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Royal Artillery Memorial, London
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  • The Royal Artilleriy Memorial stands in Central London at the southeastern end of Hyde Park in close proximity to Wellington arch. It was built in 1925 to commemorate the 49076 fallen of the Royal artillery in the I.Weltkrieg. The monument is a real hunk. It extends over a width of 13 meters and a height of 6 meters. You can see an artillery piece of sandstone and various soldiers from bronze. Numerous reliefs were embedded in the sandstone. If you want to see all the details, you must take some time. We liked to be good. A haunting and meaningful work that has touched us.
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  • This Memorial statue located at the park entrance, I seemed odd. The image is filled with many headed to battle Warrior of the impact 萎emashita mood. It was a powerful nation was impressed.
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  • The big artilley gun represented in the Hyde Park Corner is not only a simple memorial, but is comemorating the horrors of the First World War, when the artillery was the "creator" of the most brutal ...  more »