good place to visit in Canberra
Driving from Melbourne to Sydney, I took a little detour to see Canberra, the capital of Australia. It was about 3 p.m. when I arrived in Canberra, I went directly to the War Memorial. It was a good place to park. There were many tourist buses outside, which were free of charge. This is also Australia's National War Memorial, which was founded in 1941 to commemorate the soldiers who died in various wars to defend their country. There are three main halls in the museum: the World War II Hall, the Bradbury Aircraft Hall and the Australian and New Zealand Legion Hall. The whole National War Memorial is solemn and solemn. Once you step into the memorial, you will feel the silence. There is a wall inside which the names of all the soldiers who died are recorded. Others have their own stories. We can see that many soldiers who won countless honors died in battle, and the proportion of officers is very high. There are also battles simulated by villains, as if they were in front of us. The day we went, we couldn't go to the hollow place in the middle, because we were holding a memorial service. We watched many people in black clothes and different age groups singing the national anthem, and our mood was very heavy. War memorials are heavy, meaning peace of time. Stepping out of the memorial hall, there is a straight road outside, and you can see the Capitol building directly ahead. This memorial is really worth visiting.
The Australian War Memorial is clean, tidy, solemn and warm. Every deceased person is remembered. Every deceased person is grateful. They all have their own names, their own stories and even you can understand his interests. Every soul standing in front of God is equal. Memorial is not about remembering bitterness and sweetness, nor about teaching future generations not to be ungrateful. War is for peace. Cleaning up the remains of comrades in war and preserving this memory is the greatest tribute to the dead. It is like a large oil painting cure for pain in the memorial hall, healing pain, cherishing life and treating others kindly. There is no need to cry or cry. Our pursuit of peace is also for the sake of dignity.
The Canberra War Memorial is located in the north of Griffin Lake. It has a green-grey dome. It was built to commemorate the soldiers killed in Australia after World War II. It has Memorial hall, exhibition hall, projection hall and so on. It is also an educational and research center of war history and military history. In addition, there are also exhibitions on the Japanese Army during World War II, which are of far-reaching significance.
The War Memorial in Canberra is very large, and there are many models of weapons in the doorway. There are tanks, anti-aircraft guns, aircraft, missiles and so on. Museum also displays many war documents, as well as war simulation animation, in which the war scene of the Australian-New Zealand coalition forces during World War II was deeply depicted, which is amazing. Australia is a militarist nation, so there are many war museums all over the country. Everyone can visit them.
There are many interesting places in Canberra National War Memorial. Figure 8 includes soldiers who died in the Boxer War in Australia. It is said that the Australian army took two large pieces when they left. One of them was a big bell, which was put here. But I didn't find it. The other one was a bronze gun from Spain to the Ming Emperor. There are also light and shadow effects to reproduce the process of Japanese submarines attacking Sydney Harbor during World War II.
The War Memorial is a monument built in Australia to commemorate World War I and II. The scale of the memorial is very large. Many advanced weapons and equipment are displayed at the entrance, while many cultural relics and historical materials reflecting the two wars, as well as animated scenes, are displayed inside. Australia is a martial-loving country. Military museums like this are available everywhere. This is the largest one that military-loving friends can visit.
Australia is a belligerent country with war memorials in many parts of it. This one in Canberra is relatively large. There are some large retired weapons at the entrance of the memorial hall. Inside, some more sophisticated weapon models are introduced. In addition, there are some cultural relics of World War I and World War II. Military enthusiasts can enjoy visiting it.
The Australian War Memorial in Canberra is the number one attraction in Canberra. It is located in the north of Lake Griffin, along a central axis with Capitol Hill and the Old Parliament Building. It was built after World War II to commemorate the soldiers killed in Australia. The memorial hall has Memorial hall, Memorial hall, projection hall, World War I (ANZAC campaign), World War II and other exhibition rooms. The center of the entrance is the Lion Gate of the Middle Ages. The center is commemorative area, reflecting pool, Roll of Honour, the Unextinguished Flame, the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Martyrs, the Memorial Hall and so on. We arrived by taxi from the Hunan shore of Griffin. Ticket-free, 5 Australian dollars for the War Museum brochure. The memorial service is in place. The staff volunteered to call a taxi.