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The 'Digger' Statue at Prince Alfred Square, Parramatta NSW

"To commemorate the centenary of Armistice in 2018

This bronze statue is dedicated to the men and women of Parramatta who served our nation in the First World War

Lest we forget"

Doing my walk around Parramatta - There's a lot of on going development in the city. The tram lines is almost complete and will be operational sometime next year - The city skyline has definitely changed a lot from 1996, it was the year I settled here in Sydney, modern high rise buildings has risen along the the train station and around the CBD. A new and improved Parramatta Square ! I'm really excited for Sydney's second city :)

I was here on 23 June 2023.

Some links about Parramatta -

Copyright: Gil Abadines
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Taken: 01/07/2023
Uploaded: 01/07/2023


Tags: digger; park; war memorial; landmark; anzac; military; world war 1; cbd; cityscape; day; blue sky; soldier; statue; parramatta; sydney; australia
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