The monument to commemorate the conquering soldiers in the southern region of New Zealand is in the middle of a turntable intersection in the city, on the road to Bluff, just in front of the hotel where we stayed. Invercargill is not much to see. The folk customs here seem to be relatively strong at night. There are a lot of small gangsters racing on the main road. I went here just to get to Bluff to see the southernmost road signs and encounter the Southern Aurora. It didn’t happen when I arrived. It’s a pity that I left the Aurora.
The Boer War Memorial, commemorating the people who fought in southern New Zealand to South Africa, is on the way to Bluff and inside the city, on a ring island, not far from the hardest Starbucks street.
New Zealand was part of the British expedition to South Africa, some of which came from Infoggi and the surrounding area of South Island. The monument was built by southerners to commemorate the soldiers who had been on the expedition. It was also a bell tower in a traffic circle.