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Melbourne Airport marks Remembrance Day with stunning installation

A wall of 19,000 poppies was installed in Melbourne Airport’s Terminal 2 Departures entrance to help mark Remembrance Day on 11 November.

The poppies represented the 19,000 Victorian soldiers who lost their lives in World War 1, providing an opportunity for travellers to mark the occasion while at the airport.

The airport also held a small service starting with a bugle call at 10.55am.


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