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Event : Australian War Memorial – Last Post Ceremony

Event (Post#1) : Australian War Memorial – Last Post Ceremony

During my visit in Australian War Memorial, I had a chance to witness the Last Post Ceremony being held everyday in the memorial before closing the building for the day and as farewell to the visitors. When I witness the event, it was a reflective commemoration activity to honor and recognized those who died in the name of service for the country. These people are not only the people died in the past world wars, but even the Australian died in the past and present conflicts they were sent to serve. These photos are part of Canberra Day Tour June 2013 Collection.







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An IT Professional who is in love to travel to learn more about our world, like natures a lot specially mountains.

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