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After 100 years, to memorialize Belfast’s’ significant history and linkage to the Titanic, the city has commemorated the RMS Titanic with her very own six-storey glittering edifice known as Titanic Belfast. Built on the same location of the Harland and Wolff shipyard, where the ship was first birthed, visitors have been given an opportunity to explore the experience and the historical impact of the Titanic with nine exhibits telling the tale from rivets to requiem.

The Hall of Memory in Birmingham, England was built in 1922 to honor the 12,320 citizens of Birmingham who died during WWI.

There is a website for roadside memorials where you can register a memorial, add a tribute and more at

The Confederate Memorial Day - The Confederate Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery symbolizes the reconciliation between the North and South

Shoes on the Danube Promenade - To the unsuspecting tourist, many pairs of shoes along the banks of the Danube River in Budapest, may seem like an unusual and unlikely sight. That is until you notice that the shoes are cast iron and fastened to the ground. It will soon become obvious that the shoes are part of a sculpture which serves as a grim reminder of a dark moment in Hungary’s history

A Dark Side to the Golden Gate Bridge - San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, is the world's most beautiful bridge but it is also the world's most lethal

Living Memorials Inspire - Living memorials have become part of the landscape in many places in New York City after the 9/11 tragedy

Titanic Memorial Commemorations Around the World - RMS Titanic departing Southampton on 10 April 1912

It’s Not the Years in Your Life that Count. It’s the Life in Your Years - Abraham Lincoln became president in March 1861 and remained in that position until he was assassinated on April 14, 1865

Out of the Mountain of Despair, a Stone of Hope - The 30 foot-high relief of Martin Luther King Jr. named the “Stone of Hope” stands past two other pieces of granite that symbolize King's "mountain of despair"

Hollow Log Coffin Memorial

Christ of the Abyss welcomes people to the beauty of the underwater world

The Tenth Anniversary of 9/11 - The Reflecting Absence Memorial's mission is to remember and honor the thousands of innocent men, women, and children murdered by terrorists in the horrific attacks of February 26, 1993 and September 11, 2001

Soldiers memorialized by underground carvings - The Canadian National Vimy Memorial site in France is one of the most prominent World War I memorials, with this one commemorating 11,169 men

Roadside Memorials - Motor vehicle accidents are not uncommon, and so the use of roadside memorials is on the rise to remember those who have died

Ghost Riders on the Road - The Street Memorial Project honors cyclists and pedestrians who have been killed on New York City's streets

Lithuania’s Hill of Crosses - As families could not locate bodies of the rebels who perished, they started putting up symbolic crosses on what became known as the Hill of Crosses

Sunken Cemetery of Camiguin - Islanders bring flowers and candles to the monument as an offering to those who are buried there

Remembering The Glory of Their Spirit in Normandy - Imbedded in the lawn at the memorial is a time capsule in which have been sealed news reports of the June 6, 1944 Normandy landings. The capsule is to be opened June 6, 2044

The Jefferson Memorial - Thomas Jefferson's well-known love for classical architecture drew some inspiration for the modern classical design of this memorial