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Community Centre and former private dwelling located in Cholmondeley Avenue, Opawa.
The school stands by the Avon River, on a site it has occupied since 1986. Previously, the area was occupied by a mill known as the Riccarton Mill.  Previosly the
The Antigua Boatsheds (1882/1907) is an example of a Victorian commercial pleasure boat shed - the only one remaining in Canterbury.
Situated at 267 Cambridge Terrace and built in 1926 for the Theosophical Society, the hall remained in use by the society until it was damaged in the 2011 earthquake and
Initially constructed in 1851, this former dwelling has historical associations with Dr. Benjamin Moorhouse and the printing firm, Pegasus Press.
Built in 1887, the former Municipal Chambers were designed by Samuel Hurst Seager and are an example of Queen Anne Revival architecture.
The Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings are the only purpose-built provincial government buildings still in existence in New Zealand.
The island on the Avon River between Hereford and Cashel streets, was originally the site of a flour mill built in 1859.
Named after the bishopric of Durham.
The Durham Street Methodist Church opened on Christmas Day 1864. Built of Halswell stone it was the first church to be erected in permanent materials in Canterbury and was Gothic
Crowne Plaza Hotel (formerly the Parkroyal Hotel) on the corner of Kilmore and Durham Streets.
St Michael’s School is bounded by Oxford Terrace,Durham Street and Tuam Street,
Demolished in 2012.
Santa or Christmas parades take place in Christchurch city and suburbs in November or December each year
The 2009 Christchurch Santa Parade was held on Sunday 6 December 2009.
New Brighton Seaside Market and annual Christmas Parade and Concert, Saturday 5 December 2009.
New Brighton Seaside Market and annual Christmas Parade and Concert, held Saturday 3 December 2005.
New Brighton Seaside Market and annual Christmas Parade and Concert, Saturday 2 December 2006.