It is part of the city sculpture belonging to Christchurch. However, the city center was destroyed by the earthquake, but it is slowly being rebuilt.
I prefer the architectural style next door, the statue is actually pretty good, just because I don’t know the characters
[Scenery] Beautiful [Interesting] A bit interesting [Cost-effective] Yes
It is said that this is Catherine, the widow of Scott's sculptor, who built this statue in 1917 in memory of her husband. A poignant love story~
In 1912, Captain Scott from England led an expedition team to explore the Antarctic. Unfortunately, he and most of his team members were killed in a snowstorm in Antarctica. To commemorate this pioneer of exploration, New Zealand has set up statues in various places. There are several statues of him in Christchurch.
British Captain Scott went to Antarctica for an expedition, and unfortunately lost his life in the Antarctic snowstorm. His wife built a statue to commemorate her husband. Captain Scott's spirit of adventure is worthy of admiration.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Avon River,Christchurch Botanic Gardens,Canterbury Museum,Mona Vale,Cathedral Square
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