Monuments, clubs and churches
Monuments can be defined as structures explicitly created to commemorate a person or an event. They have become important to the people of the world as part of reminding those historic times and cultural heritage. Monuments are durable and famous symbols of ancient civilization. There
exists different types of monuments such as Statues, temples, Triumphal arches, church monuments and war monuments. They commemorate those involved in or affected by different events such as war, independence, great leaders, cultural heritage, or a conflict. Groups or communities such as regiments, companies, social clubs and churches associated with those remembered erect them. They create them in unique wys.
Examples of memorials: The Motherland Calls, El Alamein, Korean War Veterans Memorial, World II Memorial, USS Arizona Memorial, Arc de Triomphe, Tugu Negara, Women of World II, Merchant Seafarers War memorial, Fortress of Brest, Sydney War Memorial(Anzac War Memorial), Soldiers' and Sailors' monument and Vietnam Memorial. People built them in different countries with different purposes and origins. This essay assesses the significance of these memorials to the world of today.
[...] How Monuments dedicated for the memorial May help in overcoming disaster and creating hope. How Monuments dedicated for the memorial May help in overcoming disaster and creating hope. Introduction Monuments can be defined as structures explicitly created to commemorate a person or an event. They have become important to the people of the world as part of reminding those historic times and cultural heritage. Monuments are durable and famous symbols of ancient civilization. There exists different types of monuments such as Statues, temples, Triumphal arches, church monuments and war monuments. [...]
[...] The memorial in general reminds of the brave soldiers who went and emerged victorious in the war. The Motherland calls Memorial in Russia commemorates the Battle of Stalingrad. A woman holds a sword high with her right hand and left hand extends in a calling gesture. The Soviet Union fought Nazi Germany and its allies to control Stalingrad (Volgograd) town. This bloodiest battle had no regard for military and civilian casualties. The Soviet Union word the war and they retained control of the city. [...]
[...] The families of the victims feel appreciated from the treatment they after the war. The world gives them hope and strength for future by consoling them and paying tribute to their heroes. They act as focal points of remembrance especially during the memorial events. Those who fought and struggles ought to be remembered. These memorials play a vital role in ensuring their remembrance continues. They are also essential to countries architectural and artistic heritage. Conclusions Many design of war memorials commissions went to established practitioners who designed these memorials. [...]
[...] They also convey historical and political information. Different people visits the memorials and get a chance to be taught about this historical war events. These continues to give hope for future in areas of security, national heritage, education and politics. Bibliography Savage, Kirk. Monument Wars: Washington, D.c., the National Mall, and the Transformation of the Memorial Landscape. Berkeley: University of California Press Print. Nelson, Robert and Margaret R. Olin. Monuments and Memory, Made and Unmade. Chicago: University of Chicago Press Print. [...]
[...] Levinson, Sanford. Written in Stone: Public Monuments in Changing Societies. Durham [u.a.: Duke Univ. Press Print. Dupré, Judith. Monuments. New York: Random House Print. Foote, Shelby. The Civil War, a Narrative. New York: Random House Print. [...]
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