A monument, as I understand it, is something to make you remember somebody or a specific event in history. The Weekly Photo Challenge Challenges us to publish about A Monument.
One of the weirdest “monuments” I have ever seen, is the grave of the Scottish Reformer John Knox at St Giles Cathedral in Scotland.
Inside the church you find the graves of the nobility, like the Marques de Montrose… Monuments to remember them by.
He is remembered by a yellow square of paint at parking lot number 23. That is his grave, underneath…
And maybe it is fitting to remember great men like this! Wish our political leaders of South Africa could learn this little lesson in life!