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Roughly 35 million people call Canada home, and pretty much all of them are living it up in some of the world's most vibrant cities. #ExploreCanada
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The most thorough guide of all the fun things to do in Ottawa Canada. Here is the real story of this Canada's amazing capital and the incredible Rideau Canal.
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Ottawa, for me, was such a pleasant surprise. A 4.5-hour drive from Toronto, Canada’s capital city isn’t the boring urban centre as I thought it would be. It’s walkable and picturesque, with the Parliament Buildings dominating the city skyline. It took me on a journey through Canadian history as I admired gothic architecture and world-class art. But the city offers much more. I covered a lot of ground during my visit so I have some suggestions to share. Here are 12 things to do in Ottawa…
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There are so many things to do and see in Canada - from Toronto (Ontario) to Vancouver (British Columbia), Montreal (Qubec) and beyond. Two Canadians share their best Canada Sightseeing Tips from cities, to national parks and beautiful off-the-beaten-path spots so you can have an amazing time in Canada! #canada #sightseeing #canadatips #canadatravel #northamericatravel #toronto #montreal #vancouver #nationalparks #canadaeastcoast #canadawestcoast #canadaterritories
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Ottawa at Christmas time, Canada | by beyondhue
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The Library of Parliament, located on the Central Block of Parliament Hill in Ottawa, was designed by the architectural team of Thomas Fuller and Chilion Jones to resemble the Reading Room of the British Museum. It has 16 flying buttresses, decorative stone carvings and a marble statue of Queen Victoria. Containing a collection of 600,000 pieces of reference material, it was the only structure to survive the great fire, thanks in large part to its iron doors.
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