This magnificent tribute to our fallen, is an absolute must, on any visit to London, but Remembrance Sunday, it is unbelievable, a sight to behold.
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This is a rather somber monument, that is somehow overlooked by many tourists. However, it is well worth to stop next to it, pay your respects and continue your stroll in Whitehall.
I made a point of walking down the entire length of Whitehall to properly pay my respects to the men & women who serve our country and keep us all safe, past, present and future.
Set off early if you want a good view, we were there just after nine. No one carries out a ceremony like the British. It was very moving. Be prepared for the very loud bang when they set the gun off, it echoes around the...More
As a frequent visitor to London I have driven or walked pass The Cenotaph on several occasions. It is a monument erected in honour of our war heroes. Today's visit though was different as we timed our visit to see the Armistice Day service. We...More
Whitehall is one of our favourite London boulevards and each time that we are staying in the city, we make a point of walking the entire length of Whitehall. During our most recent visit to Whitehall, we again paused at the Cenotaph to pay our...More
In November of every Year, on Remembrance Sunday, the Great and the Good, and Politicians, gather at the Cenotaph to show their appreciation for those members of the United Kingdom's Armed Forces, who have died in conflicts, around the World, over the Years. This Solemn...More