When visiting downtown Ottawa, the National War Memorial is a must-see. It only takes a few minutes. This great monument commemorating the people who died in several wars in Canada is worth a visit. Let us extend our silent thanks to these people.
Ottawa’s classic attractions are very concentrated. They are basically within three kilometers of Parliament Hill. The National War Memorial is located diagonally opposite the Fairmond Hotel. It’s really nice to take pictures on a sunny day. I can’t help but take photos from all angles when I pass by several times.
The National War Memorial is located in the center of Ottawa, near Parliament Hill. Every time you walk from the apartment to the Parliament building, most of the routes pass through this monument. It is also very emotional to watch the snow below it melt away week after week. .
The Ottawa National War Memorial is located in the city center, very close to Parliament Hill. From the Parliament Building to the Rideau Center, you will pass by this monument. Viewing this monument from different angles, the background behind it is different, and therefore each has its own characteristics.
The National War Memorial passes by almost every week. You have to pass this road when you go to the supermarket or the Rideau shopping center. From January to March, the monument is covered with snow. It was not until April that I saw the whole picture.