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The Australian war memorial is worth a visit, it’s a beautiful, humbling wall, etched with all the names of service men and women and their locations. I found some family member on it. Truly worth the visit to pay respects.
Though we had visited this little section, where Green & Hyde Parks intersect, we were back on a beautiful April day, to experience glorious Spring weather, along with 1,000's of others. In this section, there are several memorials, and the Australian War Memorial is one...More
There is a little “island” of grass, memorials and statues in a corner of Hyde Park. We’ve walked around, and past it for years, on our visits to Mayfair/London. In October, we decided to explore this little area, enclosed by Park Lane, Piccadilly and Grosvenor...More
A monument placed in Hyde Park Corner,close to Wellington Arch.Interesting through its significance but not very impressive.It consists in many stone slabs forming a kind of curved wall.There are also another few war memorials very close.
I am a regular visitor to London & I decided on a recent visit for Armistice Day to walk & take in more detail the various statues & memorials of our famous politicians & war hero's.
The Australian War Memorial is situated at Hyde Park...More
Despite having stayed in London on several previous occasions, we had not been to visit the Australian War Memorial which is located adjacent to Wellington's Arch.
While out walking in central London, late on a Sunday afternoon we paused to pay our respects to our...More
A particularly well done memorial. The way names of hundreds of small towns where Australian soldiers who lost their lives in the World Wars came from are interwoven with the names of major battles that appear in larger writing on the curved granite wall is...More