King Square Cenotaph

Kathleen Daley

Passekeag, Canada

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This is just a small portion of the very large cenotaph in King Square. The cenotaph was built in 1925 in memory of all those soldiers who died and were buried in European soil during the Great War (1914-1918). A cenotaph is an ‘empty’ tomb memorial that is erected to honour those who have died elsewhere and whose remains will never return to their native soil. The cenotaph was made from Spoon Island granite (in Oak Bay, New Brunswick) and prepared in the town of St.George, New Brunswick (also known as ‘Granite Town’). King Square, Saint John, New Brunswick. Captured on a CASIO Ex-H20G

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