Old City Hall Cenotaph, Toronto
|(Old City Hall Cenotaph)|
The cenotaph outside of Old City Hall
|Designer||W.M. Ferguson and T.C. Pomphrey|
|Opening date||November 11, 1925|
|Dedicated to||Those who served in World War I, World War II and the Korean War|
Originally built after World War I to commemorate Torontonians who lost their lives in services for Canada, the memorial also commemorates those who died in World War II and the Korean War. It was modelled on The Cenotaph at Whitehall in London, England, was constructed using granite cut from the Canadian Shield and unveiled on November 11, 1925.
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