World Peace Pavilion
The World Peace Pavilion on the Dartmouth waterfront is a little piece of the world located in the Halifax region. The Pavilion opened during the 1995 Halifax G7 Economic Summit, and contains stones and bricks from over 70 countries - including pieces of both the Great Wall of China and the Berlin Wall.
Other pieces were commissioned specifically for the project, such as a brass plaque made from fragments of WWII ammunition from Slovakia. Set on a bed of Nova Scotian sand, the Pavilion was conceived by Metro Youth for Global Unity and designed by Robert Parker Associates.