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For 20 years, Japanese photographer Tadaaki Kusaka was an institution in Christchurch’s Cathedral Square, taking photos of thousands of tourists in front of the famous church.
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1/07/2012 8:46:06 p.m.
Mandy Fraser wrote:
I wish the chathedral would be repaired the city center will be nothing without it I think was the focus. Point it will be to late. Once it's pulled down there was an atmosphere of dignity pride even in it's bashed up state there is grandness I was. Happy when I was in side walk around read the workmens notes see the tools they used to build it I think this is a shame workmen like that created a wonderful history
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