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.
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
This is also a check-in attraction in Christchurch, it's free. In fact, there is nothing special about the appearance. It is a stone arch bridge and a stone arch, which shows ordinary and simple, but this is built by the New Zealand people to commemorate the New Zealand soldiers who participated in the First World War and died. The location is on the east side of Hirag Park, and you will reach the center of Christchurch through this gate, so you can walk along the way.