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The Sydney Cenotaph in Martin Place is one of the oldest World War I monuments in central Sydney, built in 1927 to commemorate the Australian soldiers who died in service during the war.
The Sydney Cenotaph in Martin Place is one of the oldest World War I monuments in central Sydney, built in 1927 to commemorate the Australian soldiers who died in service during the war. Created by Sir Edgar Bertram Mackennal, it comprises a large granite monolith flanked by 2 bronze figures of a soldier and sailor guarding it. The granite cenotaph is inscribed with the words 'To Our Glorious Dead' on the south side facing the General Post Office, and 'Lest We Forget' on the north side facing Challis House. ANZAC and Armistice Day dawn service ceremonies are held here.
10 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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