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Commemorative Monument Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Commemorative Monument collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Inside the Monument DP177894
Inside the Monument DP177894
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Last respects DP177773
Last respects DP177773
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Last respects DP177773
Last respects DP177773
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Lord Herbert of Lea P_G03423_001
Lord Herbert of Lea P_G03423_001
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The Monument CXP01_01_141
The Monument CXP01_01_141
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Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_137
Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_137
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Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_138
Piccadilly Circus CXP01_01_138
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Totem Pole BAR03_01_553
Totem Pole BAR03_01_553
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Totem Pole BAR03_01_552
Totem Pole BAR03_01_552
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Totem Pole BAR03_01_552 Featured Image

Totem Pole BAR03_01_552

Windsor Great Park, Totem Pole, Runnymede, Surrey. The Totem Pole in Windsor Great Park, viewed from the south-west, with people gathered around it. The totem pole in Windsor Great Park was presented to Queen Elizabeth II in June 1958 by Chief Mungo Martin of the Kwakiutl or Kwakwaka'wakw or Kwakiutl. The pole is 100 ft high and marks the centenary of British Columbia, which was proclaimed a Crown Colony in 1858 by Queen Victoria. A 600 year old tree was felled in order to create the pole, which was carved by Chief Mungo Martin. A second, identical totem pole was carved and remained in Vancouver, Canada. The totem pole in Windsor Great Park was repainted in 1985 by delegates of the Kwakwaka'wakw

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