Cenotaph in Hobart
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Cenotaph in Hobart

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The 23.3 metre high Cenotaph was designed by Hobart architects Hutchison and Walker and was unveiled on 13-Dec-1925. The main war memorial of Tasmania is a granite structure standing on a bluestone plinth at the former site of the Queens Battery just above the Derwent River.

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