In the center of the Garden of Remembrance is a cenotaph memorializing Bahamian soldiers who died during World War I and II. In the background is the Supreme Court. This neo-Georgian building was constructed in 1921. Interestingly, the judges for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal and most barristers (lawyers) who appear before the bench still wear white horsehair wigs and robes. This courtroom tradition begun in England in the late 17th century.