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Unveiled by the Dalai Lama in 1990, this monument to human rights leaves a strong impression with both its message and ... More
Canadian Tribute to Human Rights
Unveiled by the Dalai Lama in 1990, this monument to human rights leaves a strong impression with both its message and design. The red granite and grey concrete of the ten-meter-high monument carries the words "equality," "dignity" and "rights" in 68 of Canada's First Nations languages. Walk through the tribute along a "symbolic procession," starting under the massive plaque inscribed with the first words of the Declaration of Human Rights: "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights."
This museum was established to commemorate the men and women of Canada's armed forces. The museum's mandate is to advance
the study of Canada's military history, including the effects of war and conflict on the nation and its citizens. ...
Rideau Hall, which was built in 1838, has been the official residence of the Queen's representative to Canada since 1867.
The grounds cover more than 32 hectares (79 acres) and feature a magnificent greenhouse and ornamental gardens. Visitors can ...
Since 1950 more than 112,000 Canadians have served as peacekeepers in countries such as Cyprus, Haiti, Egypt, Cambodia, Bosnia and
Rwanda. The Peacekeeping Monument, entitled Reconciliation, was commissioned by the Canadian government in 1988 when the United Nations was ...
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