Following a tradition of several years, the Association for the Promotion of Altranstädt Castle (Saxony, Germany), founding member of ENPP, celebrated the 11 November  known as “Poppy Day” which marks the end of the First World War in 1918.

Members of the Association placed a wreath of white carnations and red poppies in the Memorial of the Dead Soldiers during that World War and paid tribute to the soldiers killed or missing during the two great wars that ravaged the world over the past century.

It is recalled that it was precisely at 11 am on the 11th day of the 11th month of the year 1918 that weapons were shut down and the First World War ends and this day is celebrated especially in the United Kingdom and the countries of northern and central Europe where  the biggest and most important battles of this war took place.