This is called the Archibald Fountain which is the centre piece at Hyde Park located right beside the St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney. The fountain was designed by François-Léon Sicard and donated by J.F. Archibald in 1932 in honour of Australia’s contribution to World War I in France.
Foreign and local tourists flocked here every day and sometimes by the truck loads. They usually make the monuments as a background to their photos. The monument is a good piece of art anyway and very attractive to all, the park wouldn’t be that lovely and awesome without it.
I usually dropped by here when I go the city to take photos of it but sometimes I can’t because of the number of people taking turns in their photography of the monument and fountain, just like the photos I posted here.