The Never-Staring Fire is a place of great commemoration, this place has something like a torch, on the ground of the central square, it is a state of fire all the year round, commemorating some people during the war, winter and dark look obvious.
At the gate of the Capitol, you can visit the Capitol directly to see here. Many people take pictures to commemorate it. There is also a century of history. It is a very meaningful place. There are green grass nearby, and children like it very much.
The unquenchable fire is located on Capitol Hill. It is said that it has been burning for more than a hundred years. When the winter is cold, many people burn the fire before the unquenchable fire to keep warm. Although it is not serious enough, it is really impossible. cold.
The centennial flame is a scenic spot in front of the Canadian Parliament Building. It is said that it has not been extinguished since World War I. It is a true unextinguished fire for a century. You can grill your hands when you visit in winter.
The unquenchable fire is a scenic spot in front of the Capitol. English is centennial flame, which is literally translated as a hundred years of flame. It has indeed burned for a hundred years. It is really a very powerful technology and landscape.