The following are monuments to peace:
|Japanese Peace Bell||New York City, NY, USA||United Nations||World peace|
|Fountain of Time||Chicago, IL, USA||Chicago Park District||100 years of peace between the USA and UK|
|Confederate Memorial||Arlington, Va, USA||Arlington National Cemetery||Southern States choosing peace over war|
|International Peace Garden||North Dakota, Manitoba||non-profit organization||Peace between the US and Canada, World peace|
|Peace Arch||border between US and Canada, near Surrey, British Columbia.||non-profit organization||Built to honor the first 100 years of peace between Great Britain and the United States resulting from the signing of the Treaty of Ghent in 1814.|
|Statue of Europe||Brussels||European Commission||Unity in Peace in Europe|
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