Sunday, April 25, 2010

ANZAC and Atatürk Memorial - Cam Theme - 53

ANZAC - Australia New Zealand Army Corps

Every year - on the 25th April, ANZAC Day is commemorated in many towns and cities.
At war Memorials, wreaths and red poppies have become a feature of these services.

poppies are a symbol of ANZAC commemoration

ANZAC commemorates the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli, Turkey - on 25 April 1915 - as well as those who lost their lives during WWI.

Here in Wellington, on the south coast, is Ataturk Memorial Park - a conjuncture between three countries - to honour - and never forget ("Lest we forget")

There are 12 photo sets in this "CAM".
If you would like to see all images of Ataturk Memorial - click on the label at the bottom of this post

Click on any image for a larger view.

Previous posts can be viewed by clicking on the "BLOG ARCHIVE" section to the right.
If there is a particular subject you would like to see - it just may already be on my blog.
Check the top right of this main page to search it out.

No comments:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...