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The installation, called Swept Lands And Seas Of Red, is at the moment made up of 120,000 ceramic poppies, a carpet of crimson. The red tide will widen in the coming months until there are 888,246 poppies one for each of the British and Commonwealth soldiers killed in the war.
Some 8,000 volunteers will be placing the ceramic flowers that are attached to sticks and placed in the ground. One Air Max Independence Day Black
The money will go to British charities such as the Royal Legion and Help for Heroes, which serve British veterans.
The poppy has been the traditional symbol of remembrance in Britain since World War I, when a poem from the era recalled the fragile flower melding with Nike Air Max 95 Black Blue the dead in Flanders.
The project is meant to convey an army not as a faceless machine but as individuals, unique and special in their own right.
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Each of the poppies in the moat took three days to make. They will later be sold for 25 pounds ($42) each, and sent to the buyers after Armistice ceremonies in November.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry on Tuesday to symbolically poppies in the dry moat surrounding the Tower to honour the military dead.
Ceramic poppies spill from Tower of London moat to honour World War I dead
literally trying to represent people because a number is a number, but if you see it all like this it is a visual idea of how many people were there, said its creator, Paul Cummins.
888,246 poppies, was held Tuesday to mark the centenary of World War I. The final ceramic poppy will be placed on Armistice Day on November 11, with each poppy representing a British and Commonwealth military fatality from World War I. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
LONDON A blood red sea of ceramic poppies is spilling from the Tower of London to commemorate British and Commonwealth soldiers killed in World War I on the 100th anniversary of its start.
of them was 72 year old Joan Clayton Jones, whose great uncle was killed, as was her husband grandfather.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, plants a ceramic poppy watched by her husband Britain Duke of Cambridge Prince William, left, Prince Harry, third left, General the Lord Dannatt, second left, Constable of the Tower of London and a Yeoman Warden guard, bottom right, commonly known as a Beefeater, as they visit a ceramic poppy art installation by ceramic artist Paul Cummins entitled Swept Lands and Seas of Red for its official unveiling in the dry moat of the Tower of London in London, Tuesday, Aug. 5, Nike Air Max 120 Blue
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