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Commemoration WW1 by Prince Willian, The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry

It is always important to see some members of the Royal family during the commemoration of an event which has marked many generations.

At the occasion of the WW1 100th Anniversary (if we can call it so), Prince William, The Duchess of Cambridge as well as Prince Harry went to The Tower of London for a walk in a splendid art installation: “Blood swept Lands and Seas of Red“.

A sea of ceramic poppies

A sea of ceramic poppies

Sea of (ceramic) poppies at The Tower of London

Sea of (ceramic) poppies at The Tower of London

Not forgetting the great work of the artist: Paul Cummins who is behind these 888,246 ceramic poppies.

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  1. Pingback: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at the Tower of London | By Royal Appointment

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