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Ohinetahi is an historic homestead and formal garden in Governor's Bay, dating from 1851
Named after the Anglican bishopric of St. Asaph in Wales.
Christchurch College of Education was an educational institute based in Christchurch. It was founded in 1877, and ceased operation in 2007 when it was merged with the University of Canterbury
St Barnabas is an Anglican Church in Fendalton, registered with Heritage New Zealand as a Category I heritage structure
Now the University of Canterbury Staff Club.
Red stickered by EQC/Council after 22 September 2011 earthquakes Comment from inspection report "Very run down property. Part brick part timber structure with some stucco on walls. Brick walls and
Named after Thaddeus Pearcey McCarthy (1907-2001). McCarthy was a lawyer and judge. In a 145-acre housing subdivision planned by the housing division of the Ministry of Works. The land was
"Strowan", was the home of George Stead and his family.   From 1917 it was part of St Andrew's College.
The Arts Centre of Christchurch is housed in the Gothic Revival buildings of the University of Canterbury's former town site.
Located in the Central City and established in 1863 within a loop of the Avon River, the Christchurch Botanic Gardens are one of Christchurch’s best loved places.
Halswell Quarry Park is a 60.4 hectare park, with a combination of recreational walks, historic sites and botanical collections. Important historic buildings from the quarrymen’s days are preserved and the
The Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, commonly known as the Christchurch Art Gallery, is the public art gallery of  Christchurch  funded by the Christchurch City Council. Located in
Named after the bishopric of Hereford.
Hargood Street runs between Linwood Avenue and Ferry Road.
Named after Gloucester, an English bishopric.