The Whole World Wants Peace!!Peace Monument Research by 3D

Happily some parents were able to help the students browse for information on monuments for peace.

Logan  Duckworth and Jeffrey Taylor  browsed to research the  Statue of Liberty. This photo was found at this site: http://www.nyctourist.com/libert2.htm

The Statue of Liberty is found in New York, U.S.A.The statue is green, and in the statue's hand there is a torch.  The Statue of Liberty's picture is on coins and stamps.  It was built in 1875 by Auguste Bartholdi.  Seven spikes in the crown represent the seven seas standing for peace and liberty around the world

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Erika Groman browsed for information on Peace
Pagodas around the world. (photo credit: http://web.mit.edu/stclair/www/pagoda.html
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Close up of Westwood's Peace Monument

Westwood's Peace Monument, by Class 3D

Contemporary Monument for Peace. This image also discovered by Erika, led to the building of our Peace Monument for Westwood ,  which you see above.

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The Peace Tower-Ottawa, Ontario

Found at this URL:

http//www.harrypalmergallery

.ab.ca/galwartorn/peacew.html

 

It looks like a clock tower with a Parliament Building beside it.  The Peace Tower is dedicated to those Canadian men and women who were killed in the war.  Because they sacrificed their lives, we have peace.  Chris M.  3D

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Two boys found this Liberty Bell at this URL:http://www.libertybellmemorial.com/ Peace bell located in Philadelphia, P.A.  Built to "proclaim liberty."

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The 1000 Paper Cranes Garden-Hiroshima Japan
Found at this URL:

http://rosella.apana.org.au/~mlb/cranes/peaceprk.htm

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The Peace Garden tower spotlights to create a beautiful symbol of unity.  The peace tower is the main focal point of the formal area.  It was built in the early 1980s by the National park as a part of the 50th Anniversary of Manitoba.  Anthony  3D

The Peace Garden

http://www.peacegarden.com/tower/index.html

 

 

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Africa's Peace Bridges Bridges to Peace Through Tourism

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http://www.airhighways.com/europe.htm

There are six bridges in the Kakum National forest. I studied three:  The Bridge of Awareness:  America is sending it's president with a message of hope and a hand of friendship for all of Africa.  The Bridge of Understanding:  To dream of a time  very soon when language, race, religion, age and colour will no longer be a barrier.  The Bridge of Tolerance: " A degree of patience and persistence is needed as  (Africa), an emerging country enters partnerships with the developed world." Joel J. 3D
  Peace Pagoda- India
http//travel.indiamart.com/orissa/buddhist-heritage/dhouli.htmlBack to monument map! It is in India, 8 km. south of Bhubaneswar, Orissa.  Ashokan the Great, seeing the horrors of war, changed his mind in favour of spiritual conquests.

Megan 3D

     The Peace Monument-Georgia

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http://www.geocities.com/pentagon/barracks/1938/page6.htm

 

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Located at the 14th Street entrance to Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia.  The winged goddess, "Peace", is announcing the South's surrender.  She is ordering a Confederate soldier to lay down his weapon.  ( A permanent reconciliation of North and South.)  Jennie R 3D
The Buddist Peace Garden in Sydney Australia.
Back to monument map! Logan D2 discovered this peace garden-a place of peace and harmony.

 

Peruvian Peace Monument Found by Katelyn Arnold

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Symbol of the PESCI-E Peace Organization of Future Peace Monuments in Nepal

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