- Address: Georgetown, Guyana
- Ticket Price: Free
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The Cenotaph is normally visited/frequented on Remembrance Day which is a day set aside to remember the contribution of the soldiers who fought and died in combat during World War I (1914-1918) and World War II (1939-1345). Located at the southern end of Main Street it is made of marble and stands 15 feet high with the words “Devotion, Humanity, Fortitude and Sacrifice” inscribed on the four faces of the monument. Without a doubt it is an excellent site to visit just be careful crossing the road.