Monuments and sculptures

Lumberman's Arch monument in Stanley Park

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9 O'Clock Gun Cast in England in 1816, brought here in 1894, was used by mariners to set their chronometers and also to warn fishers of closings Monument
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Air India Memorial Dedicated 27 July 2007 to commemorate 331 lives lost as a result of the 1985 bombings of Air India Flight 182 and at Narita Airport Monument
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Chehalis Monument Marks lost lives when two ships collided nearby Monument
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David Oppenheimer 1911 bust commemorating Vancouver's Mayor, 1888-1891 Monument
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Edward Stamp Commemorates where lumber operations first started in park in 1865 Monument
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Garden of Remembrance Air Force Memorial Plaques Monument
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Girl in a Wet Suit Sculpture by Elek Imredy placed on 9 June 1972 Monument
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Hallelujah Point A former site for Salvation Army prayer meetings Monument
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Harding Memorial Commemorating the first visit of a United States president Monument
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Harry Jerome Famed Vancouver runner Monument
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HMS Egeria Marks survey point used by Royal Navy Ship in 1898 Monument
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Japanese Canadian War Memorial Memorial to Vancouver's Japanese soldiers serving in WWI Monument
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Lord Stanley Governor General of Canada (Queen's representative) in 1888 Monument 
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Lumbermen's Arch Erected in 1952 to honour BC's lumber industry, the Lumbermen's Arch replaced the original Bowie Arch Monument 
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Pauline Johnson 1913 cairn to famous Vancouver poet Monument 
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Port of Vancouver Explains Port of Vancouver landmarks Monument 
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Queen Victoria Built to commemorate Queen Victoria's death Monument 
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Robert Burns Famed Scottish poet Monument 
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Shakespeare Garden Trees planted that were mentioned in the Bard's works Monument 
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SS Beaver Cairn Ship wrecked on the rocks below Prospect Point in 1888 Monument 
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SS Empress of Japan Replica of ship's figurehead that sailed to the Orient from 1891-1922 Monument
Stanley Park Centennial 1988 Plaque marks the spot where park was originally declared open Monument   
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