a "colourpicture" linen postcard of the Peace Tower
as bonus, we get a Mountie in scarlet!
The Peace Tower is a bell and clock tower that sits in the Centre Block of the Parliament Buildings.
It is also home to the Memorial Chamber directly above the porte-cochere, with stained glass windows and various other features illustrating Canada's war record such as the brass plates made from spent shell casings found on battlefields with the name of each of Canada's major conflicts during the First World War. The stone walls were originally to have been inscribed with the names of all Canada's servicemen and women who had died during the First World War but without enough space for all 66,000 names, it was later decided to place Books of Remembrance there instead.