Memorial Wood reviews
During our visit to Stanley while most from our cruise went to see penguins, we walked through the memorial wood which was very moving, more so as we remembered well the events that took place and... more »
There are not that many trees in Stanley,but this is a quiet area away from all the thousands of tourist that descend on on the island from the cruise ships and the grandchildren made there own... more »
This is a beautiful area set aside to commemorate members of the British forces who served and died during the 1982 Falklands War. Trees have been planted in memory of each of the British servicemen killed during the war with an annex for those who have died whilst serving in the Islands since the war ended.
Nice place worth visiting it is not a very well advertised but it is a quite unique
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