This is a memorial to the deceased. If you are nearby, take a moment to visit this monument and then walk across the bridge-hope that all those who sacrificed their lives in the conflict can move you in some way.
On a sunny day, the bridge against the backdrop of the city becomes very photogenic. I think this bridge is a memorial to the world. If you are sightseeing in the city center, this bridge is in the city center and it is hard to miss.
The Bridge of Remembrance is to commemorate the New Zealand Army that was sent to the battlefield to fight for its overlord Britain in World War I. Ten percent of New Zealand’s population died for Britain in World War I, which is really embarrassing. The white bridge body is also bleak
The Bridge of Remembrance spans the Avon River and has a poetic name.
The Bridge of Remembrance, located on the Avon River in Christchurch, at the east end of Cashel Street, is also the first bridge passed by the Avon River Punt Cruise Terminal after boarding the boat. The original purpose of its construction was to commemorate the soldiers who died in World War I. Become a place to cherish the memory of all the heroic spirits who died for the country in the war. It was damaged after the earthquake and is currently under maintenance.
A great gathering place for tourists and locals alike giving panoramic views down Cashel mall and the AVon River
The Bridge of Remembrance is one of two main war memorials in Christchurch which is dedicated to those who died in World War 1 and World War 11.
I was so pleased the wall of remembrance is still standing and has become a social area which is much enjoyed by everyone. Very gracious and great to feel part of the new and old Christchurch for whi...
Ever since the bridge of remembrance was restored a few years ago, it has become a really good place to visit. Hats off to the people who did such a good job keeping this monument.
The Bridge of Remembrance is an impressive stone archway marking the entrance to the City Mall. It commemorates the soldiers from Canterbury who fought in World War I & II.
Preston_Dominguez: Cashel St, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8011
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Avon River,Christchurch Botanic Gardens,Canterbury Museum,Mona Vale,Cathedral Square