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The former home of the Canterbury Jockey Club and of the Christchurch Stock Exchange.  Built in 1912 it was designed by the architectural firm of Luttrell Brothers.  The jockey club
The Canterbury Jockey Club on the Oxford Terrace Strip was built in 1912 and demolished in 2011.
The Canterbury Earthquake Memorial is located on the edge of the Ōtākaro/Avon River between Montreal Street and Rhododendron Island. The site was selected following feedback from bereaved family members. The
Set in a tranquil area of rose gardens,the Gothic pavilion was designed by architect H. St. A. Murray.
 History of the Church This church was formed by nineteen English Baptists in 1863 – thirteen years after the founding of Christchurch.  The first minister was Decimus Dolamore, who was
At 267 Cambridge Terrace.
The Anglican Cathedral was the focal point of Cathedral Square in the centre of Christchurch. The building was designed by the English architect Sir Gilbert Scott. The cornerstone was laid
Christchurch Cathedral was the focal point of Cathedral Square in the centre of Christchurch. The building was designed by the English architect Sir Gilbert Scott. The Cathedral was badly damaged
The Anglican Church of St John the Baptist,  stood on the corner of Madras  & Hereford Streets, overlooking Latimer Square and was popularly known as St John's, Latimer Square.  Built
The Transitional Cathedral, popularly known as the Cardboard Cathedral, is the temporary Anglican Cathedral for Christchurch.
First World War Memorials and Monuments in the Greater Christchurch area.
A First World War Memorial plaque, located on the corner of Wakefield Avenue and Nayland Street, Sumner.
Tapered stone pillar on concrete base as a memorial to those people from Belfast and adjoining areas who died in World Wars I and II. Consists of seven plaques. Plaque
First and Second World War memorial to soldiers from the Marshland area, north of Christchurch.