ANZAC WAR MEMORIAL
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The Anzac War Memorial was designed by Charles Bruce Dellit (1898-1942). Built on the central axis of Hyde Park South, it was inaugurated on November 24, 1934. At the same time, a similar monument (less modest) was erected in Melbourne. The sculptures represent events and representations of those involved in the First World War, and pay tribute to the war-dead Australian and New Zealand combatants during the greatest battle of the history of these nations in Europe. The north and south entrances lead to large staircases leading to the upper circular hall of Memory and those located east and west lead to the Silence Hall and sculpture representing «The Sacrifice». Guards will propose to explain the history of these monuments. In the middle of the park's greenery, this historic place leads to remembrance and memory. The architecture of the building and its reflection in the pool are magnificent.
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Open every day from 9am to 5pm except on December 25th and the Good Friday. Free.