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English: Queensland National Anzac and South African War Memorials, Brisbane, Australia.
Circular memorial is The Shrine of Remembrance in Anzac Square, which has an eternal flame. The building in the background is Central Railway Station, featuring an ornate clock tower. Part of the Sidues series of postcards, no. 819.
Date 1920s
Source John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland
Author Unknown

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27° 28′ 0.83″ S, 153° 1′ 38.18″ E

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