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Victory Square Cenotaph, Vancouver, Canada
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The Victory Square Cenotaph was unveiled on Sunday, April 27th 1924.


The inscription reads "Their name liveth for evermore" and "In memory of those who gave their lives in the service of our country."

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Copyright: Sean Wallitsch
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Uploaded: 19/11/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: canada; vancouver; downtown; victory square; victory; wwi; world war; remembrance day; remembrance; veteran; park; memorial; monolith; cenotaph
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