The Botw Shrine in New Zealand will open to the public on Monday, August 14th.
The shrine is a traditional gathering place for the New Zealander, the New Zealanders who worship at the shrine and the community in general.
The Botwe shrine is also known as the ‘Boomerang Shrine’.
The New Zealands most iconic monument, the Monument to the Pilgrims, was built in 1791.
It is located in the town of Pilgridge, near the town hall in Wellington.
The monument stands at the centre of the town.
The New Zealand Government has announced that all new and refurbished structures in the New Zeland region are to be open to public this weekend.
These include the Botw shrine, the National Trust, and the Pilgriem Museum.
The Botw is also one of the main places for the annual Botw festival, which attracts thousands of New Zealanders, tourists and locals.
This is an annual event that draws thousands of people to Pilgridges traditional village, Botw, for an outdoor celebration.
The opening of the Botwe Shrine was announced in November and the event will be held on Sunday, August 15.
The ceremony will take place at the Botwin Museum, at Pilgridgouw, and at the Shrine of the Piljets.
The public is welcome to come to the shrine for free.
There is a separate entrance for the Botwi and Pilgrids traditional worshippers.
For more information about the Botwa, visit www.bobwe.govt.nz