When we visited The Voortrekker Monument in South Africa, we climbed the stairs right to the top of the monument. Looking down we could see not only the ground floor, but also all the way to the basement where the cenotaph has been laid.
A closer view of the cenotaph can be seen from the ground floor before taking the stairs to the basement to see the focus of this monument – a symbolic resting place of Piet Retief and his men (the first pioneers into the heartland of southern Africa).
More photos of my visit to this monument can be seen in a previous post: The Voortrekker Monument.
Do you enjoy looking at things from above?
(This post was inspired by the prompt, from above, given by the folks at The Daily Post @ WordPress.com)
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2013