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A monument you will encounter as you walk the colonial part of Georgetown.
Located in the background of the sea and built after the second world war. The Cenotaph is a simple but effective memorial to the fallen soldiers of various wars.
The Cenotaph is on Georgetown's famous Esplanade, and so a visit to the latter will cause one to inevitably come up to the former. The monument itself technically only honours those killed in World War I (hence the "1914-1918" inscription at its top); a plaque...More
Whilst you wouldn't, in all probability, make a special journey to see the Cenotaph, if you're visiting the nearby Fort Cornwallis, then it's worth a short walk along the sea front to view the Cenotaph and pay respects to those who lost their lives.
Behind the fort and next to city hall, has a nice backdrop with the sea but right on the edge of the path so hard to photograph without getting mowed down by cars, buses etc. A nice monument in memory of those who served their...More