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The Sisters of Mercy founded Our Lady of Victories and many other Catholic schools in Christchurch. On 6 February 1956, two Sisters of Mercy opened Our Lady of Victories School.
With its large network of waterways and rivers and swampy terrain, Christchurch has been prone to flooding since its inception. There have been floods in various parts of the city
Built of recycled demoltion wood, the temple was an interactive art installation designed to assist emotional healing along with the city's physical rebuilding.
Named after the bishopric of Peterborough in England.
Public art refers to art works displayed in public places either temporarily or permanently.
One of Christchurch’s original streets named in 1850 after an Irish bishopric.
Cranley Street is of short length with a 90 degree corner, and links with Linwood Avenue to the south-west and Chelsea Street to the south-east.
At the corner of Ferry Road and Ensors Road.
The Holiday Inn Avon located on Oxford Terrace, was formerly the Avon Motor Lodge. Badly impacted by the 2010/2011 earthquakes it was partially demolished.
The Main North Road starts at the end of Papanui Road and continues north to Belfast when it becomes State Highway 1.