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a very old building, especially one that belongs to the state and is open to visitors
a large structure built to remind people of soldiers, sailors etc who died in wars
a tall thick post built in a public place to honour an important event or famous person
a structure built to remind people of a famous person or event
something created to honour someone who has died
a structure built in a public place to celebrate an important person or event
a place of historical importance, for example an old building
relating to a monument that celebrates an important person or event
a building or area that is important to a country’s history or culture and is protected by the government
an organization in the UK that owns and looks after historical buildings and areas of countryside for people to visit
a tall pointed stone pillar that has been built to remember an important person or event
a building that was built to honour gods or famous people
a public place where a soldier whose name is not known is buried as a sign of respect for all the other soldiers killed in a particular war whose names are not known
a structure that is built to remind people of the soldiers and other people who were killed in a war
a type of hairstyle which has a long, thin strip of hair growing down the back of the neck
a country that is ruled by a president or other leader that people vote for, rather than by a...
(of a politician) to be able to communicate and connect with ordinary people
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