Visit the Canadian War Museum. I hope that the world peace war will never happen again. _
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, and Canada has also participated in many activities. If there are tourists here before September, they can enjoy the war history and peace declaration projected on the outer walls of the Capitol building at 10 p.m. on the lawn opposite the monument.
The National War Monument is just opposite the Capitol Building. It is built to commemorate the heroic martyrs who died for their country. The bronze sculptures on the tower are commemorated here on November 11 every year. The bronze statues under the monument are very tense.
The monument is not far from Congress. There are 22 tall bronze statues of martyrs under the left monument. In front of the monument, there were royal guards standing guard. When we went, we happened to meet the guard changing ceremony and watched the whole process excitedly.
The end of Rue Elgin St is the National War Monument and a tribute to the Canadian soldiers who died in previous wars. Rue Elgin St. intersects Wellington Avenue and Riddo Avenue separately in this square. The same street is called Riddo Street in the East and Wellington Street in the west. On one side of Rido Street, across the Rido Canal. Not far north of Wellington Avenue is the Capitol, with the Gothic spire of the Capitol in front of us. This is the center of the local tourist attractions, pass by, don't miss it.