Peacekeeping Monument

Titled The Reconciliation, the monument, which was dedicated in 1992, features two male and one female bronze figures in military dress. They look toward a grove, the symbol of peace, their backs to the detritus of war lying between converging granite walls. The memorial is reputedly the only monument to peacekeeping in the world.

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Sussex Drive. Corner of St. Patrick

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