Wow…The Sea Of Poppies In Honor Of The Soldiers Occurs In London

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Morrisons, the British supermarket chain happened to be criticized for a manager suggesting a 89-year-old poppy seller standing outside and buy a warmer coat. On that Saturday morning, the temperature was around 14C in Taunton, Somerset. A witness called Veronica Roach told us that the manager argued that there is no enough room for the poppy stand and the old man is freezing man had no choice. But the Royal British Legion said the old man preferred to sell outside due to a great footfall and the manager didn’t know that there was a different seller outside the supermarket. Even if the Morrisons apologize for that incident, such a behavior should be attached into great importance. ( via: daily mail )

Moving: Thousands of people have gathered at the moat surrounding the Tower of London to see the spectacular blanket of scarlet

Magnificent: Millions of people have visited the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation at the Tower of London since July
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Moving: Thousands of people have gathered at the moat surrounding the Tower of London to see the spectacular blanket of scarlet 
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Monumental: When the last ceramic poppy is planted on November 11 there will be a staggering total of 888,246 in the installation
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Star attraction: The incredible memorial has been attracting thousands of visitors every week, including during this week’s half-term

Star attraction: The incredible memorial has been attracting thousands of visitors every week, including during this week's half-term
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Emotive: Each ceramic poppy marks a Commonwealth soldier from the the UK, Australia and the Commonwealth who died in the war
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Busy: The magnificent feature has attracted millions of visitors from around the world - including many families of soldiers lost in the war
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Warm: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended the Tower of London tribute and planted a poppy of their own

Warm: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended the Tower of London tribute and planted a poppy of their own
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Division of labour: The poppies were created by at least 35 artists with each one hand cut and welded to create a stunning 2ft flower
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Magical: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh paid a visit to the Tower of London’s Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation

Magical: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh paid a visit to the Tower of London's Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation
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