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    Canterbury MuseumCanterbury Museum Christchurch, New Zealand
    This museum is located in Christchurch, New Zealand, in their cultural district that was established in 1867 and has continued to grow so that it now includes the nation's diverse natural and human heritage. It has also become known around the world and is visited by those from around the world with over two million objects and specializes in the stories of the early Maori, Antarctic exploration and European settlement. The original building that housed it is registered as a Historic Place - Category 1, by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust and did incur some damage during the recent 2014 Christchurch earthquake although it is still structurally sound. It has been estimated that less than 5% of its collections were damaged or destroyed, but the statue of William Rolleston, that sits at the front, had fallen off its plinth during the quake. The museum then closed for an undisclosed amount of time, but the steadfastness and determination of these folks is well known and it shouldn't be too long before its back open and better.

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    Christchurch CathedralChristchurch Cathedral Christchurch, New Zealand
    The Anglican cathedral of Christchurch was constructed in the second half of the 19th century and is located in the heart of the city, surrounded by Cathedral Square and the seat of the bishop of Christchurch in New Zealand. The cathedral was damaged by the earthquakes of 1881, 1888, 2010 and 2014, with the last one destroying the spire and parts of the tower, leaving just the lower half of the tower standing, and the structure itself severely damaged. The high altar reredos had been made by kauri planks from an old bridge over the Hurunui River and houses six carved figures. The pulpit was designed by Mountford and commemorates George Augustus Selwyn, the first and only bishop of New Zealand. It houses the throne and memorial to bishop Harper, the first bishop of Christchurch and the second primate of New Zealand, who laid the foundation stone of the cathedral in 1864 and later preached at the consecration in 1881. Located on the west porch are stones from Christ Church Oxford, Christ Church, Christchurch Priory, Canterbury, Tintern Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, Glastonbury Abbey and Herod's Temple. The north wall has a beautiful mural dado of inlaid marble and encaustic tiles that includes fylfot motifs and a memorial window above the mural was given in memory of Sir Thomas Tancred, Bt.

January 12, 2014