Located in the capital city’s popular Paternoster Square, Garden of Light features a makeshift plot of 2,100 illuminated flowers.

Each handmade daffodil represents a Marie Curie nurse and poignantly symbolizes their dedication to “bringing light in the darkest hours.”

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As visitors wander through the installation’s winding pathways, they hear recordings of nurses reading letters they’ve received from families of patients, and are eventually invited to write a heartfelt memory of a lost loved on the Garden of Light‘s memory wall.

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The touching exhibit has been installed to celebrate the annual launch of the Great Daffodil Appeal, a fundraiser held by Marie Curie that invites individuals to make donations and support the cause by sporting daffodil pins.

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Video source: Marie Curie Garden of Light Edinburgh 2017