Wednesday, May 19, 2010

National War Memorial

On my last trip downtown before I mail myself home, I saw the National War Memorial.

The National War Memorial is a monument to the people who fought for Canada in all of the wars. It is really big. At the foot of the statue is a tomb which represents all the people who died in wars but whose bodies were never found. It is called the tomb of the unknown soldier. Here is a picture of me on the tomb.

It is very important that we remember the soldiers who fought and treat their memorial with respect.

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