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Although this has been here since 1992 it's still easy to forget it's here or miss it. Erected in tribute to Canadian servicemen who died in the first and second world wars. There is also an inscription which many people haven't seen, which reads "In...More
It amazed me, how I could have walked through Green and Hyde Parks so very many times, and not noticed the Canada Memorial before. I guess that I was always heading from Point A, to Point B, and though I pride myself on observing things...More
A wonderful memorial in Green Park. Was not sure what it was at first with childrens playing in it. Read what it was and was annoyed as states not to climb on it. A wonderful reminder of the sacrifice our allows have made.
Modestly scaled and fits in beautifully with the surroundings, a modern memorial to the million Canadian soldiers that served in the World Wars. It reminded me a little tiny bit of the Vietnam memorial, much more intimate and made me proud of my Canadian heritage....More
Located in Green Park, close to Canada Gate, adjacent to Buckingham Palace is the Canada Memorial. I walked around the area many times, yet somehow missed this memorial to Canadian forces killed in the First & Second World Wars. The sculpture consists of sloping surfaces...More
We had undertaking a long walk up the Mall and then into Green Park, late on a Sunday afternoon.
After passing through Canada Gate opposite Buckingham Palace, we came across the Canada Memorial. Its unique design is certainly eye-catching with the memorial incorporating a flowing-water...More
Perennially fashionable since the days of Henry VIII, the aristocratic “Clubland” of St James's is a premier destination for high end craft and bespoke design. Here you’ll lose count of the Royal Warrants (which indicate that the Royal Family patronizes the establishment) seen in shop front windows, even during a short stroll to bordering Green Park or St James’s Park. With the brightly lit and constantly buzzing
junction of Piccadilly Circus at its northeast corner and none of Central London too far away, this is an surprisingly central and accessible part of town, especially given its prosperous demeanor.