Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Crimson is an Artwork Set up on the Tower of London, marking 100 years because the first day of Britain was involvement within the First World Warfare. Created by the artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper, 888,246 ceramic poppies stuffed the Tower’s well-known moat over the summer time. Every poppy represents a British army fatality in the course of the conflict.
Every day within the moat at sundown, names of 180 Commonwealth troops killed in the course of the conflict have been learn out as a part of a Roll of Honour, adopted by the Final Put up.
The dimensions of the set up intends to mirror the magnitude of such an essential centenary creating a robust visible commemoration.
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