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|The Martyrs Shrine, located right next to the The Grand Hotel. built in 1969. Its grand and magnificent architectural style is similar to that of the Taihe Dian Imperial Palace in Beijing, Mainland China, and symbolizes the martyrs' brave spirit. ||10/28/2006||288|
|Canakkale Turkish Martyrs' Memorial is the main Turkish memorial on the Gallipoli peninsula. The Turks know the campaign under the name Canakkale, the town on the Asiatic side of the Dardenelles that was heavily fortified and was the main supply port for reinforcements to the peninsula (and collection point for their wounded) then. The main towns on the peninsula, Krithia and Maidos had been bu...||09/04/2009||460|
|Stade des Martyrs is a multi-use national stadium in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was built in 1994. It is currently used mostly for football matches, but has also hosted many concerts and can stage athletics. The stadium holds 80,000, making it the highest capacity stadium in Africa as of 2006.  Attendance has been known to go well beyond capacity, with spectators numberin...||10/18/2006||564|
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Martyrs don't die, the fatherland can't be devided.
|The acropolis is in fact an unfinished monument - originally called the "National Monument". Initiated in 1816, a year after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, it was meant to be a replica of the Parthenon in Athens, as a memorial to those who had died in the Napoleonic Wars.|
|Built to commemorate the life of the novelist, Sir Walter Scott the monument was finished on 15th August 1846.|
The Scott Monument is 200 ft. 6in high and 55ft. square at the base; the highest gallery is reached by climbing a total of 287 steps.
It has been described as a Gothic Rocket, you can get an impression of this from the shadow.
|On the hills above Paarl lies the Afrikaans Language Monument, erected in 1975. It is (apparently) the only monument in the world dedicated to a language.||09/14/2005||389|
|Fondly known as Hermann the German, the Hermann Monument in New Ulm dominates the Minnesota River Valley skyline. Inspired by a similar monument near Detmold, Germany, this colossal figure served as an important symbol for members of Sons of Hermann, a fraternal organization of German Americans. In 1885 the 362 Sons of Hermann lodges across the country committed themselves to the construction o...||01/26/2007||530|
|Monument erected in 1825 to Comte de Jean Francois de Galaup de Laperouse. No news was heard of Laperouse after he left here on 10 March 1788. He had set up a camp on the beach just to the north of this monument (now called Frenchmans Bay). The grave of Father Le Receveur, who was wounded in Samoa, is at the other end of the path. The area is now the suburb of La Perouse, Sydney.||08/23/2005||291|
|Monument dedicated to John George Lambton, the first Governor of Canada.||12/04/2005||368|
|A monument celebrating the turn of the century, located in central Beijing.|
|Completed in 1891, the Bennington Battle Monument is a stone obelisk structure that stands 306 feet tall. The monument was built to commemorate the Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington. It is the tallest structure in the state of Vermont.||08/21/2007||565|