Be at the gate by 8:00 p.m. to listen to 'The Last Post' which has been bugled every night since 1928 (except for a short period during WW2 when the Germans occupied the area) and be prepared to be chilled with contemplation during the silence of the crowd. Passing through this gate was the way British Commonwealth made their way to "The Front" during WW1 at the Ypres Salient. The memorial stands for those soldiers whose graves are unknown. Walk around the grounds above the memorial in the well kept gardens.
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