Walking north through the Australian Legion Memorial Hall is a clear and calm water surface. A local is lying on the side of the pool, reading a book leisurely. This corner of the bustling metropolis is the first choice for relaxation.
The Anzac Memorial is located in the southern half of Hyde Park in Sydney. It is a memorial to commemorate a battle between the combined forces of Australia and New Zealand and the Ottoman Empire during World War I. April 25th is Australia’s Anzac Day.
The top of the memorial hall is a pyramid made of red marble. From the outside, it is very solemn, with an inverted U-shaped glass in the middle of the building. The interior of the memorial hall is small. The ground part is a memorial hall, the center is a statue of an unknown hero, and the underground part is an exhibition room with some graphic materials.
There is a rectangular pool on the north side of the memorial, called Reflecting Pool. Between the reflecting pool and the memorial, the flags of the Commonwealth, Australia and New Zealand are hung. The water in the pool is very clear, and the pyramid buildings are reflected in the water. It was very clear, everything seemed so peaceful and harmonious.
The memorial was built in 1934. Her architect Delit said that he did not want to express how glorious and glorious the war was; instead, he only wanted to express the noble character of courage, patience and sacrifice that people showed during the war. This memorial is free to visit.
To the south of Hyde Park. It is an affiliate of the Anzac Memorial Hall. Right in front of the gate, when the pool is very clear, the water can reflect the entire memorial hall. This is because this pool can release reflections, so the term for this pool is called reflection, because reflection and reflection are basically the same word in English. It is quite meaningful for everyone to reflect on the whole war through this pool. Sit here, especially the shopping mall next to it. If no one is there, this is a good place to relax. When we came there were a lot of elementary school students doing something.
Across the Australian Legion Memorial, a clear, calm water: a local lay reading leisurely on the side of the pond, a glimpse of a bustling metropolis, is the perfect place to relax.
There are many tall buildings, magnificent, suitable for photo travel.
This place seems to be very hot, a famous spot