Sarjeant Gallery redevelopment: Historic building sits on archaeologically significant hill
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Sarjeant Gallery redevelopment: Historic building sits on archaeologically significant hill

Sarjeant Gallery redevelopment: Historic building sits on archaeologically significant hill

Whanganui circa 1875, the view over the Town Bridge and Taupō Quay up to the Rutland Stockade on Pukenamu Queen’s Park. Image courtesy of Whanganui District Library

Read the full story by Gaye Batty in the New Zealand Herald here 



The Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui will be closed on Monday 26 September to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
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