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A Place of Reflection

The Anzac War Memorial in Hyde Park opened in 1934 to honor the service of the First Australian Imperial Force in the First World War. Designed by sculptor George Rayner Hoff and architect Charles Bruce Dellit, the Art Deco monument composed of concrete and granite comes magnificently arrayed with sculpture, including the long bronze bas-reliefs over the doors and the striking interior bronze of Sacrifice, depicting a dead soldier.

From the Well of Contemplation to the Hall of Silence, the Anzac Memorial serves as a beautiful and sobering tribute to Australia's armed forces--and one of Sydney's most arresting pieces of architecture.

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