List of Scouting memorials

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Since the birth and expansion of the Scout movement in the first decade of the 20th century, many Scouting memorials, monuments and gravesites have been erected throughout the world.

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Africa

Kenya

Asia

Japan

Nepal

Philippines

11th World Scout Jamboree Memorial Rotonda Boy Scout Circle Quezon City.jpg
11th World Scout Jamboree Memorial Rotonda

Europe

Austria

Lower Austria

  • Saint George Chapel in Berndorf (German: Georgskapelle), erected by the Scout Group and Old Scout Guild of Berndorf, inaugurated on 19 October 1983. [8] [9]
  • Commemorative plaque in Neulengbach, commemorating the first Scoutcamps of Austria in Neulengbach during World War I [10] [11]
  • Commemorative stone in the Scoutcenter Strandburg Silbersee in Höflein,commemorating all deceased Scouts of the Österreichischer Pfadfinderbund [12]
  • Commemorative stone in Klosterneuburg, Buchberg, commemorating the National Jamboree in 1991 [13]
  • Commemorative plaque in Neunkirchen, commemorating 100 years of Scouting on a place named Pfadfinderwiese [14]
  • Guild-Scout-Way (German: Gilde-Pfadfinder-Weg), Amstetten, Quarter Ulmerfeld, there is a Way of the Cross erected by the local Guild Scouts with paintings of the founder of the local Scout Group [15] [16] [17]
  • "Boy Scouts Street" (German: Pfadfinderweg) in Gloggnitz [18]
  • "Boy Scouts Street" (German: Pfadfinderweg) in Laa an der Thaya
  • "Boy Scouts Street" (German: Pfadfinderweg) in Amstetten
  • Commemorative stone in Gloggnitz, commemorating Johannes Österreicher. Johannes Österreicher founded the Scout group in Gloggnitz in 1928 and served as chaplain of this Catholic Scout group. The Commemorative stone was erected in June 2008 by the local Guild Scouts. [19]
  • Franz Renner Bridge(German: Franz Renner-Brücke) in the Scout Campsite in the Urltal, commemorating Franz Renner longtime Group Scoutmaster of Waidhofen an der Ybbs. [20]

Salzburg

  • Großarl,
    • "Europetable" (German: Europatisch) commemorating Robert Baden-Powell and the a United Europe [21]
    • "Heavenknot" (German: Himmelsknoten) – wooden reef knot with ISGF badge [22]
    • Scout Salute [23]
  • Commemorative stone in Oberndorf, commemorating all Scouts of the group, who died during World War II
  • Gravesite of Karl "Kara" Barteis, Anthering. [24] [25]
  • Gravesite of Clemens Röbl OFM, Bruck an der Glocknerstraße Clemens Röbl was an important Scoutmaster for Catholic Scouting in Tyrol and Carinthia. [26]
  • "Boy Scouts Street" (German: Pfadfinderweg) in Salzburg, a street next to the house where Emmerich Teuber lived
  • Untersberg, there is a Gipfelkreuz (cross on the summit of a mountain), called Roverkreuz (Rover cross), erected in 1962. The cross was made by the Scout group Salzburg 6 Maxglan. [27] In 2012 a commemorative plaque for Schurli Sturm senior, one of the Scouts from Maxglan was added. [28]

Styria

  • Baden-Powell-Avenue (German: Baden-Powell-Allee), Graz [29]
  • Fürstenfeld,
    • "Boy Scouts Street" (German: Pfadfinderweg) in [30]
    • memorial commemorating the founder of the Scout group of the city Franz Schragen. The memorial was erected in 1978. [30]
  • Limberg bei Wies, Commemorative plaque in the yard of the Castle Limberg, commemorating Josef Dolschek. He was an important Scoutleader in Styria and administrator of the castle. [31]
  • Straß, Commemorative stone commemorating the first Scouting activities in Austria in 1909 [32] [33] [34]

Tyrol

  • Innsbruck – a memorial for all deceased scouts of Tyrol, it is located at the Tummelplatz in Amras. [35]
  • Glotzen (a mountain near Wattens), there is a Gipfelkreuz (cross on the summit of a mountain) made by the Scout group of Wattens, Glotzen, erected in 1958. It shows a Fleur-de-lis. [36] [37]
  • Malgrübler (a mountain in the Voldertal), there is a Gipfelkreuz called Scout cross (German: Pfadfinderkreuz). It was erected in 1957 commemorating the 100th birthday of the Founder from the Scout group of Hall in Tirol. [38] [39]
  • Helm (a mountain in East Tyrol on the border to South Tyrol), there is a Gipfelkreuz erected in 1958, made by Josef Tschurtschenthaler and erected by Scouts from Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands. [40]
  • Gilfert (a mountain in the Tux Alps), there is a Gipfelkreuz, commemorating the Scout Hermann Scherer from the Scout group Innsbruck 7. He died on the Gilfert through an avalanche in January 1959. The cross was erected in October 1959. [41]

Upper Austria

Vienna

  • Commemorative plaque in Vienna, Apostelgasse 9, commemorating one of the first Austrian Scout troops [49] [50]
  • Commemorative stone in Vienna, Rathauspark commemorating 10th World Conference of ISGF in 1973. [51]
  • Commemorative plaque in Vienna,Kahlenbergdörfl commemorating all deceased Austrian Scouts and Girl Guides [52]
  • Commemorative plaque in Vienna,Laxenburger Straße 111, commemorating one of the first Austrian Scout troops, founded in 1911 by the Hungarian priest Köhler. [53]
  • Gravesite of Emmerich Teuber and Wilhelm Teuber-Weckersdorf, Dornbacher Friedhof, Gruppe III, Grave Number 9, Vienna [54] [55] [56] [57]
  • Gravesite of the Scoutmaster Karl Ludwig "Karolus" Slonek, Zentralfriedhof, Gate III, Gruppe VIII, Reihe 4, Grave Number 19 [58]
  • Gravesite of the Karl "Dadi" Prohazka und Helene "Lona" Prohazka, Karl "Dadi" Prohazka served as Chief Scout of the Österreichischer Pfadfinderbund 1950–1982 and Honorary Chief Scout 1982–1990, Chair of the Österreichischer Jugendherbergenverband 1946–1976 he joined Scouting in 1914, his wife Lona served as a Cub Leader and International Commissioner of the Bund Österreichischer Pfadfinderinnen 1948–1950, Sieveringer Friedhof, Abteilung II, Gruppe 10, Grave Number 29 [59]
  • DDr. Heinrich Maier Street (German: DDr. Heinrich Maier Straße), Vienna
  • Johann-Petrak-Street (German: Johann-Petrak-Gasse), Vienna, [60] Johann Petrak was an important Scoutmaster in Vienna. He founded 6 Scout troops in Vienna and was also active in underground Scouting during the German occupation.
  • Baden-Powell-Square (German: Baden-Powell-Platz), in a park in the 22nd district of Vienna. [61] [62] [63]
  • Roman Köhler Bridge (German: Roman-Köhler-Steg), Handelskai near the Hilton Hotel, commemorating the teacher and Scoutmaster Roman Köhler, he served as a Scoutmaster from 1930 to 1968 and also volunteered in several jobs on regional and national level within Vienesse and Austrian Scouting. [64]

Czech Republic

Ivancena stone mound Ivancena4.jpg
Ivančena stone mound

Germany

Castle Ludwigstein is a living memorial of German youth movement Ludwigstein.jpg
Castle Ludwigstein is a living memorial of German youth movement
Scout monument in Ostrzeszow Pomnik harcerski ostrzeszow.jpg
Scout monument in Ostrzeszów
Baumgarten Comemmoration Plaque Baumgarten Monument.jpg
Baumgarten Comemmoration Plaque

Hungary

Scout statue, Budapest Cserkeszszobor a Szent Imre-szoborcsoportban Budapesten.jpg
Scout statue, Budapest

Ireland

Italy

Luxembourg

The International Scouting One Penny Monument, Wiltz, Luxembourg InternationalScoutingOnePennyMonumentInWiltz.jpg
The International Scouting One Penny Monument, Wiltz, Luxembourg

Erected on 28 May 1982, offered by the Scouts of Wiltz with the help of Scouts and Guides of the world, in honour of Lord Robert Baden-Powell 1857–1941 Founder of the Scout Movement. The sculpture of the Roman travertine is 3.5 meters high with a base approximately 11 tons and was made by the sculptor Lucien Wercollier from Luxembourg. Scouts who visited Wiltz each donated 1 penny. This paid for the monument and so it got its name.

Former grave site Jan van Hoof Graf Jan van Hoof Daalseweg.JPG
Former grave site Jan van Hoof

Netherlands

Poland

Memorial of ZHP. Lodz Lodz grobowiec ZHP.jpg
Memorial of ZHP. Łódź

Portugal

Romania

Slovenia

Ukraine

United Kingdom

North America

The Ideal Scout by R. Tait McKenzie, 1937 Ideal Scout.png
The Ideal Scout by R. Tait McKenzie, 1937

Canada

Mexico

United States

Scouting
Boy Scout Memorial by Donald De Lue in President's Park, 1964 Boy Scout Memorial-27527.jpg
Boy Scout Memorial by Donald De Lue in President's Park, 1964
Boy Scouts dedicate Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, 1939 Cabeza Prieta Dedication.jpg
Boy Scouts dedicate Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, 1939
Founders
Daniel C. Beard Boyhood Home Daniel Beard Boyhood Home.jpg
Daniel C. Beard Boyhood Home
Eagle Scout Memorial Fountain, E. 39th Street at Gillham Road, Kansas City Eagle Scout Memorial Fountain Kansas City MO.jpg
Eagle Scout Memorial Fountain, E. 39th Street at Gillham Road, Kansas City
Others
James E. West grave James E. West grave.jpg
James E. West grave

Oceania

Australia

The building commemorates the former International Commissioner and Deputy Camp Chief of Hungary and Chairman of Melbourne Scout District Fritz de Molnar. [105]

Central and South America

Baden-Powell statue in Rio de Janeiro. Baden-Powell monument in Rio.jpg
Baden-Powell statue in Rio de Janeiro.

Brazil

Venezuela

Film tributes

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