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  • ART DECO TRUST - Napier

    ART DECO TRUST - Napier

    …of the World! Take a tour of the city's iconic Art Deco heritage which is beautifully preserved and celebrated by the Art Deco Trust. Your local guide will tell you stories of the earthquake that destroyed the city, the people that were affected and the remarkable recovery. Tours to suit everyone.
    attractions and activities » heritage and history

  • ONUKU BED AND BREAKFAST - Christchurch

    ONUKU BED AND BREAKFAST - Christchurch

    …hills. Huge double glass doors link rooms to decks and courtyards allowing you to enjoy the wonderful indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Experience a New Zealand house together with famous South Island hospitality. Fortunately, our home has not been damaged by the earthquakes that have hit Christchurch.
    accommodation » bed and breakfast

  • ART DECO TRUST - Napier : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …iconic Art Deco heritage which is beautifully preserved and celebrated by the Art Deco Trust. Your local guide will tell you stories of the earthquake that destroyed the city, the people that were affected and the remarkable recovery. Tours to suit everyone. Please recommend us. * Map * Directions…

  • CHRISTCHURCH HOLIDAY HOUSES - Christchurch : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …huge amount to offer as a holiday destination - new attractions like the Cardboard Cathedral, RE:start shopping centre, New Regent Street and the earthquake memorial are well worth a visit. Interested? We have several properties available for short and medium term stays. Please recommend us. * Map *…

  • North Island History Information & Historical Places New Zealand

    …Rotorua Photographer: Hiroshi Nameda (hnamechan@hotmail.com) On the morning of June 10 th, 1886 a series of small earthquakes were felt in the Rotorua area. At 1:30 am a larger earthquake was felt and followed by the sound of an explosion. By 2:30 am Mount Tarawera's three peaks had erupted blasting…

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