War Memorial - Famous Examples - Oceania

Oceania

  • Australia
    • ANZAC War Memorial (Sydney)
    • Australian War Memorial (Canberra)
    • Fremantle War Memorial (Fremantle)
    • Hobart Cenotaph (Hobart)
    • State War Memorial (Perth)
    • National War Memorial (Adelaide)
    • Shrine of Remembrance (Brisbane)
    • Shrine of Remembrance (Melbourne)
    • Mount Macedon Memorial Cross (Mount Macedon)
  • New Zealand
    • Auckland War Memorial Museum
    • National War Memorial (Wellington)

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