The New Zealand War Memorial is located in the center of Wellington. There are many wax figures of all kinds, all imitating realistic war scenes, which are very cruel. This is also to warn everyone to love peace and not to war.
The New Zealand National War Memorial in Wellington mainly commemorates the soldiers of the ANZ Allied Forces who died during World War II. There are many realistic wax statues here, which reproduce the cruelty of the war and the life and death of comrades-in-arms at that time, giving people a very strong soul shock.
The New Zealand War Memorial in Wellington is a memorial to the Allied Forces of Australia and New Zealand during World War II. The most exciting thing here is the War Wax Museum. Every wax figure is made very real, just like a living person. Reappearing the cruelty of the war at that time, and the sadness of parting life and death of comrades-in-arms, definitely gave people a kind of soul shock.
We paid the tour guide fee, which is worth it. The layout and presentation of this memorial is very good. You can't help but go out, more information and completely touched the selfless people, they gave their lives. This must be the case when visiting Welling.
This magnificent Art Deco building leads visitors to remember the heroes and heroes who died heroically. The memorial hall is 50 meters high and consists of the memorial hall, the bell and the tomb of the unknown soldier. The memorial hall is divided into six small halls, all of which are designed in the style of small chapels. The carillon in the collection is the third heaviest carillon in the world and the only carillon in New Zealand. The cast bronze carillon is composed of 74 bells, weighing from 13 kg to 12.5 tons, with a total weight of 70.5 tons. The sound range spans six octaves, and there are more than 200 hours of live performance each year. The glockenspiel has a beautiful tone; when the bell rings, the music is beautiful and pleasant, with the reverberation around the beam, endless.