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Tsunami Monument

Tsunami Monument

Tsunami Monument is the uniquely colored 16-foot (4.8 meters) memorial that stands in the memory of the people who lost their lives in the Tsunami, on the southern shores of Kanyakumari. The incident took place in On 26 December 2004, the giant waves of the Indian Ocean smashed the coast of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and other South-east Asian countries killing thousands of people and rendering many homeless.

Tsunami Monument in Tamil Nadu state of India is a very special monument built in the memory of the people of lost their lives in the dreadful waves of Tsunami. Thousands of tourists from all over the world come to this memorial to pay homage to the people who died due to the devastating Tsunami. Tsunami Monument travel and tourism offers the great experience of traveling to this amazing monument.

The monument includes a steel structure with two hands, one holding back a huge blue wave and the other cupped around a lamp of hope. Below it is the written dates and the details about the event. Visit the place and you will feel the absolute calm and realize the pain of people who lost their lives in Tsunami.

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