One of Christchurch's landmarks, Victoria Square is smaller than the rough eyebrows imagine, and can be basked in a single glance. There is the Bowker Fountain, which lights at night and can be discolored and beautiful. The fountain was built in 1931, a long history, by the real estate investment by the Baoka, so the fountain also named after him.
Victoria Square is the largest square in Christchurch. It was severely damaged during the earthquake, but it has almost recovered in recent years. The entire square is surrounded by many reconstructed commercial centers. The commerce is very developed. If you want For shopping, Victoria Plaza is the best choice.
The Victoria Square in Christchurch is the center of Christchurch, which was not damaged much in the earthquake. The commerce around here is very developed. Many financial institutions and large shopping malls are stationed here. It is the most prosperous place in Christchurch. You must have money to take a look.
Not bad, quite busy, worth a visit
[Scenery] Beautiful [Interesting] There are many people [Value for money] Recommend
Victoria Square in Christchurch is the central square of the city, with a huge circular lawn in the center. His 4 weeks are the bustling commercial center, the glass-walled buildings are very dazzling under the sun. This is also the most prosperous area in Christchurch and is one of the must-visit places.
Preston_Dominguez: Corner of Armargh and Gloucester Streets, Christchurch 2004, New Zealand
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Avon River,Christchurch Botanic Gardens,Canterbury Museum,Mona Vale,Cathedral Square