As part of the British Empire, and later in the Commonwealth as an independent nation, the Bahamas has offered up her sons and daughters in service during the First World War, the Second World War and in the pursuit of peace in the Caribbean. These gardens surround the Cenotaph, next to Government House in central Nassau.
The beautifully tended gardens are dedicated to those Bahamians who died in support of democracy and freedom. While visiting Nassau, spend a little time to enjoy the peace of this special place and to remember those who, though far away, came to the call of King and Country.
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