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Visit the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne's most iconic landmark, where Victorians have been coming since 1934 to honour the service and sacrifice of Australian men and women in war and peacekeeping. Enter the Shrine and experience the quiet...more
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do have a visit to this place you will definetly come to know the history of australia , how many people have lot their life in the war... just next to the garden so its a easy means by which you can visit 2 places...More
This is well worth the stop and offers a beautiful view of the city! Worth climbing up to the top as well. Make sure you time your visit right so you can catch a reenactment of the light shining inside the shrine. Very powerful.
This is a beautiful place that has historical meaning. Different people get a different experience from visiting this place. If they have lost ones it is a time to reflect and appreciate, or it is a nice place to visit even if you haven't lost...More
It's historical and functional.
reminds me of the horror of war, of the sacrifices and the price paid for by those who would give themselves to allow us to live free.
Its one of the best war memorial in the world.
This monument is a must see in Melbourne, the park that you need to walk through to get there is quite big, big it is worth the visit. I suggest to walk around it and to take the walking path in front to leave it.
There is a belief that our"eyes are the mirror of our souls". We travel often from this "land down under" and it's difficult not to be exposed or near shines, places that with respectability and reverance honour their fallen throughout the world, especially in Europe.I...More