The layout is novel, unique and unique, commemorating the American battle. It is very conspicuous that the battleship Arizona sank in 1941.12.7 and the Missouri in Tokyo Bay signed an agreement on September 1945. The two guns were on two warships, and the anchor and the flagpole were the battleship Arizona. A line to commemorate the Korean War, freedom is not free. The meaning is profound.
This is the memorial square for the first governor of Arizona. The entire state was built a hundred years ago. It is also a relatively young state in the United States. The population is relatively small. The memorial square has sculptures and displays.
Opposite the Arizona State Capitol is a memorial square set up to commemorate World War II, called Wesley Bolling Plaza (State Government Plaza). In 1912, Wesley became the first governor of the 48th state of the United States. There are many statues on the square to commemorate the people and representatives of this state who have contributed to the country. Among them is a remarkable statue of an Indian messenger. This statue commemorates the contributions made by the Indians in World War II. The story background of the movie "Warrior of Wind" starring the famous film actor Nikola Cage comes from the deeds of Indian warriors. On the battlefield, the Japanese were unable to decipher what the Indian messengers said, thus saving the lives of countless American soldiers. The last Indian soldier during World War II died in 2015 at the age of ninety.