​Bridge of Remembarence

The Bridge of Remembrance which links Oxford and Cambridge Terraces over the Avon River at Cashel Street was opened on Armistice Day, 11 November 1924.
It replaces an earlier bridge over which many thousands of soldiers marched en route from King Edward barracks to the railway station and overseas service.

In the central frame of the arch is the inscription Quid non pro patria (What will a man not do for his country).


アーチの中央のフレームには、Quid non pro patria (人は自分の国のために何もしないか) という碑文があります。