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The Tower of London was lit up with 10,000 torches to honor those who died in World War I, and the photos are incredible

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The moat outside the Tower of London was lit up with 10,000 torches Sunday night, in a dazzling display to honor those killed in World War I.

The moving ceremony will continue every night through November 11, which marks Remembrance Day in the UK — the anniversary of the end of the Great War.

This year marks 100 years since the war’s end, so Tower of London officials wanted to mark the event with a grand display.

Here are 16 more incredible more photos from the event.

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Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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