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The idea of the monument are clearly perfect, but i Guess deserve the place more arranged, with other visibility.
Monument are located in one hide place near one of the boat terminals, just in front of the place where fishmens park their boats and prepare...More
The memorial itself is nice enough but inscription is in Drivehi and no other interpretation. Only visit if you want a ferry or the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami is personally resonant. Dhoni and other boats are interesting to watch for a few minutes.
This memorial is situated near Ferry ghat, 2.1km opposite to Maldive-China bridge location. It had 75 spheres marking persons who lost their lives in 2004 Tsunami. Additionally this post has beautiful sun set view and a food court (~500m) nearby. Reachable by walk.
This is the only monument on the western coast of Male.
During the devastating tsunami of December 2004, 74 people lost their lives in Maldives.
This monument was built as a dedication to them.
The steel structure has 74 metal rods, each a symbol of...More
The monument or memorial for the victims of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami is lovey constructed with a central stainless steel structure consisting of bars and balls. Unfortunately there is no information board to inform visitors how many people died in this natural disaster. I...More
After the 2004 tsunami authorities created a small park with a tribute monument but this is located in one of the corners of the island. It is just a small monument in size. I was much more impressed by the public beach near it and...More