Memorial to everyday heroes in London

Postman’s Park is a a well maintained small patch of green in the heart of the City in London with a church, ancient tombstones and fountain, and flowers in bloom in any season. But its most memorable feature is the Memorial to Heroic Self-Sacrifice created by the Victorian painter and sculptor George Frederic Watts as a memorial to ordinary people who died while saving the lives of others and who might otherwise be forgotten.

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