ANZAC War Memorial, Sydney, Australia

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Welcome To The Anzac War Memorial:

The monument was erected in 1934 to honour the Anzacs, soldiers of the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps, who served in World War I. The art-deco dome is dotted with exactly 120,000 stars—one for every person from New South Wales who served. The pines that grow at the southwest entry gate were planted from seeds harvested at Gallipoli. There’s a museum on site, as well as a lovely Rayner Hoff sculpture entitled ‘Sacrifice.’

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