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Monuments & Statues in Niagara-on-the-Lake

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  • PBPG
    Yorkshire, UK6,010 contributions
    Brock's Monument is a 56-metre column set at Queenston Heights in Queenston, Ontario, Canada, and is dedicated to Major General Sir Isaac Brock, one of Canada's heroes of the War of 1812 who is also buried at the base on the monument
    Written May 12, 2023
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  • kvasir
    London, UK1,202 contributions
    To encounter this magnificent statue in this unlikely location is a surprise! However, further enquiry rev=earls the the town’s annual Shaw Festival is a celebration of Shaw’s literary endeavour, his plays , and his philosophical musings. Wonderful.
    Written June 24, 2023
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,990 contributions
    The important contribution made by the indigenous peoples to the British and allied side in the Battle of Queenston Heights has long been known to historians of the period, but not to the general public. The Commemorative Memorial that was added in 2016 serves as a welcome addition to the park.
    Written September 2, 2020
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  • Terry M
    Hamilton, Canada4,642 contributions
    Now noted for the eponymous chocolates [and they are good], Laura Secord is the stuff of fable and legends, a heroine of the War of 1812. In 1812, she rescued her husband from the battlefield at Queenston Heights. In 1813, she walked 30 kilometers from Queenston to Beaver Dams, near Thorold, to warn James Fitzgibbon Americans were planning to attack his outpost. She is suitably remembered with this monument at Queenston Heights.
    Written May 26, 2022
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