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Not only is it incredible because this memorial is so beautiful and touching, it is also amazing that it is still standing after the earthquakes. Definteily stop by for a beautiful glimpse of this memorial at the River Avon.
The Bridge of Remembrance is part of the big walk on the river around Christchurch. It also has a number of new restaurants on the banks of the river on the town side. The new walkway and the plants that have been added makes it...More
Having visited many impressive war memorials throughout the world, we still found the bridge and stone archway worth seeing. The Bridge of Remembrance, a commemoration of the country's soldiers of various wars, was prominently situated in Christchurch Central City.
On a sunny day, this bridge with the city back drop becomes quite photogenic. The bridge I believe serve as a remembrance to world was one. It is just in the middle of the city and hard to miss, if you are sightseeing the city...More
This is another must see stop when walking around Christchurch. The beautiful arch wonderfully reminds people of the sacrifice of people who gave their lives to give us the freedom that we often take for granted today.
One of the interesting monuments to see in the town centre is the historic Bridge of Remembrance, which crosses the Avon River near Oxford Terrace.
This is a war memorial dedicated to New Zealanders who served during WWI as well as other war conflicts. The...More
This war memorial was damaged in the 2011 earthquake. It has been restored and now is looking good. It is a fitting memorial to remember those who sacrificed their lives for us. A recent addition is the Maori woven mat "Remembering Our Fallen in Battle".