Lookin up on the Hermetic Code Tour
Of all of Canada’s beautiful legislative buildings, the Manitoba Legislative Building or "The Leg" (pronounced ledge) is arguably the most architecturally fascinating. It is chock full of mysterious Masonic symbols and boasts 30 acres of lawns, formal gardens and statues. The building itself, built in the Beaux-Arts style, is made from Manitoba Tyndall limestone. The stone has traces of fossils in it from the time Manitoba was an inland sea called Lake Agassiz. One of Manitoba's best known…
Esplanade Riel bridge, Red River, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Touring the Vaughan Street Jail in Winnipeg – Brittany's Adventures
This past weekend, I participated in the Doors Open Winnipeg event by taking a tour of the former Vaughan Street Jail in Winnipeg. Doors Open is a free weekend-long ev…
Ghost creeks: Winnipeg buried many waterways that could have changed city's shape | CBC News
In a parallel universe, there is a Winnipeg styled around a network of rivers, creeks and streams where paddlers drift past stone mills churning grain into flour.
Golden Boy Manitoba Legislative Building Dome City of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
Stock photo of the Golden Boy statue crowning the dome atop the Manitoba Legislative Building against a clear and bright deep blue sky in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Moving a House with Horses, Winnipeg. Photographed by Lewis Benjamin Foote, 1915
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City of Winnipeg 1888 (1888)
Ham, George H. City of Winnipeg 1888 [pictorial work]. In: George H. Ham. The New West Extending from the Great Lakes Across Plain and Mountain to the Golden Shores of the Pacific. Winnipeg: Canadian Historical Publishing, 1888. Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba : Archives & Special Collections