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Tsunami Monument, Male

(3.1/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Tsunami Monument honors the victims of a 2004 tsunami that claimed the lives of more than 100 people, destroyed countless buildings, and left nearly two-thirds of Male flooded in the aftermath. The spiraling monument stands on the edge of the sea in memory of those who were affected by the tragedy. Ponder the incredible power of nature as you look out over the sobering memorial and the waters beyond. Put Tsunami Monument on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Male holiday planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • Neat and beautiful place. It is a pity that this monument to victims of the tsunami is not in a very convenient location ... Let's just say not in direct tourist zone. It is located near one of the two ferry piers. I.e. If you move from island to island, with a probability of 100% you will see it.
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  • This is the place monument located in the South-western end of the island, only. Even though the end is a small island, so I walked from the vicinity of the Museum on the north side. Stores that sell chilled juices, ice cream and snacks here and there in the middle. Located near the local major telephone company Dhiraagu building, there is a restaurant on the first floor there. It was lunchtime, so offering buffet Ranch was like.
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  • it is best place to visit in male, maldives. one must take a walk around male city and experience this monument.  more »
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  • Unique Steel Monument, the surrounding not clean,stunning view towards the sea
  • One of best attractive place
  • Good spot to watch sunset. Can come with kids... Nice location..
  • A steel monument representing the islands effected on 2004 tsunami
  • I get sad when i saw it