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“The relocated Tsunami Monument with new park”
Review of Tsunami Monument

Reviewed 4 July 2017

The relocated monument to the end of the southern tip of Male' has a great park with it. Reclining local style chairs, a sea viewing platform and a great lighting

Thank john i
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Reviewed 24 June 2017

This is a nice place to visit - nice views, good to rest there for a bit, and also to reflect on the vulnerability of the area.

Thank ChicaSmile
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

This monument close to the ferry terminal.And reminds the tsunami of 2004 that how Maldives suffered.

Thank addi2377
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

If you are taking a stroll around Male' make sure you drop by. Good time to take a photograph would be between 5 to 6pm.

Thank DevinPrabhakar
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

It is a sad place to visit but it is mostly peaceful. Hopefully all the people who died could rest in peace. I do not feel the haunting that I felt in Krabi. 82 people, including 2 British tourists were killed in the 2004 tsunami. 40 went missing. The tsunami struck at 9.30 am local time. Instead of a destructive wave, the tsunami was a rising surge of water feeling like the islands were sinking. All islands were somewhat submerged causing great property damage. infrastructure on 20 islands were completely destroyed and 79 island lack safe drinking water. 12,000 people were homeless.

5  Thank AndrewYew
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