Friday, 1 May 2015

Anzac parade

At the dawn parade there were thousands of people at the Auckland museum. While everyone stood still the old soldiers came marching through with their poppies and medals. The dawn service was for old soldiers that fought for us.It was before the rising of the sun came up.

The Mayor of Auckland recited a poem while the thousands of people in the crowd listened respectfully in remembrance. Next the mayor laid a wreath.

There was an old man that played the bugle and the song was called the last post.  Thousands of people stood silently while dawn was breaking.

The ANZAC parade was held on the 25th of April ANZAC day. It was an important day to remember the people their lives for our freedom
Original (2592 × 1944)

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