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記念碑, きねんひ

  • kinenhi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • monument

Examples of 記念碑,きねんひ in a Sentence

This monument is dedicated to the soldiers who gave their lives to their country.
They are memorials.
And a wish is engraved on the base of the statue:
The soldiers have erected a peace monument.
The governor dedicated the memorial to the soldiers who died in the war.
In 1958, the statue was built in the Hiroshima Peace Park.
The monument was erected in honor of the eminent philosopher.
On top of the statue, Sadako is holding a golden crane over her head.
The monument was set up in the park.
The city dedicated a monument in honor of the general.

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