Beautiful Monuments Dedicated to Gandhi Outside India

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Lake Shrine, California, USA

Gandhi's ashes are kept in a brass-silver coffer here. The memorial was built in 1950.

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Tavistock Square, London, England

Sculptor Fredda Brillant created the statue, which former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson unveiled in 1968.

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Copenhagen, Denmark

During her visit to Denmark in 1984, Indira Gandhi presented the statue to the Danish government.


Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Gandhi was thrown off a train by a white man in 1893 in this place. South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu unveiled the statue.

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Plaza Sicilia, Buenos Aires, Argentina

A Ram Vanji Sutar-made monument of Gandhi was given to Argentina by the Indian government in the 15th year of the country's independence.

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Glebe Park, Canberra, Australia

The bronze statue of Gandhi identifies his guiding tenets - No politics without principles; no commerce without morality; and no science without humanity.


Memorial Garden, Jinga, Uganda

Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were partially scattered over the Nile River near Jinga in 1948.


Ariana Park, Geneva, Switzerland

On the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Amity, 1948, which united India and Switzerland, the Indian government presented them with the statue.


Parliament Square, London, England

The most recent sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi was installed in London, on March 14, 2015. Artist Philip Jackson sculpted the statue.

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