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The Anniversary Arch
The arch at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, was originally constructed in 1913
to span the entrance of the Australian Mutual Provident Society’s original Elizabeth Street building. When that building was demolished, AMP donated the arch to the Gardens. It was re-erected in 1968 in time for celebrations of the Gardens’ 150th Anniversary.
The intricately carved stonework shows the skilled craftsmanship of Mr Amos Vimpany, a well known local stonemason of the time. The romantic carved arch is set at the base of stone steps surrounded by tall shady trees and shrubs and is a popular
site for weddings and ceremonies.