Cawnpore Memorial, 1860



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English: * Photographer: Samuel Bourne
  • Medium: Albumen silver print
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  • Year:1860
Photograph of the Marble statue by Marochetti over the Memorial Well. Many of British women and children were massacred in Cawanpore later Kanpur during the Indian rebellion of 1857. The Well with Marochetti's Angel, surrounded by Henry Yule's Gothic screen, was originally situated in the Municipal Gardens covering the Bibighar Well. After the Independence of India the memorial was relocated to the Memorial Church, Kanpur. Due to the tragic events the site was known as popularly known as the Massacre Ghat among Britishers.
Date 10 February 2006(2006-02-10) (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was IndianCow at en.wikipedia
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  • 2006-02-10 16:51 IndianCow 712×549× (122201 bytes) ==Summary== '''Photographer:''' Samuel Bourne '''Medium:''' Photographic Print '''Caption:''' '''Year:'''1860 ::Photograph of the Marble statue by Marochetti over the Memorial Well. Many of British women and children were massacred in Cawanpore later [[K

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