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Just north of Cathedral Square is Victoria Square, recently refurbished but looking pretty much like it always did, if you ask me. There are several interesting monuments housed in the Square; a statue of Captain James Cook, a Pou gifted to the city by Nga...More
One of the interesting areas to visit in the town centre is Victoria Square. We enjoyed viewing monuments here during our recent visit to Christchurch.
Here you can view several interesting monuments like the Queen Victoria Statue, Capt. James Cook Statue, the H.L. Bowker Fountain...More
This was the original market square for the first settlers.
It now boasts statues, a blend of Maori and European (including the trees along the river reputed to be from Napoleon's garden on St. Helena. If the quakes haven't killed it, get a gander at...More
Peaceful and uncrowded, the current Victoria Square shows on the map as a green non-square park filled with many circles. It is worthy of a stroll, especially if you are walking to or from Victoria Street. While there are statues of Captain Cook and Queen...More