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One Tree Hill - Auckland
New Zealand
The famous "One Tree Hill" which actually has no tree. It is a 182 metre volcanic peak, one of many in the Auckland region. The obelisk was erected in memory of Sir John Logan Campbell who is buried here. U2 wrote a song about the hill, "One Tree Hill", which appeared on their album The Joshua Tree.
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Uploaded: 23/11/2011
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