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The Rotunda in the Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. I can cross this off my places to go ! Largest Countries, Cool Countries, Countries Of The World, Immigration Canada, Canada Eh, Canadian History, The Province, Canada Travel, Places To See
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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…

Westminster Avenue in Wolesley; my favourite neighborhood, Winnipeg, Manitoba Hatley Castle, Western Canada, City Lights, Westminster, The Neighbourhood, Beautiful Places, Scenery, Around The Worlds, Snowy Pictures
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Cold Is A Relative Concept

Westminster Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Visit the Winnipeg: Love and Hate blog.

An old Winnipeg electric trolley. I am informed that went south all the way to Columbia after being decommissioned. School Bus Camper, Canadian Soldiers, Short Bus, Western Canada, Bus Coach, Red River, Photo Postcards, Van Life, Alter
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Winnipeg Photos

15 groovy photos of Winnipeg in the and

15 groovy photos of Winnipeg in the 1960s and 1970s

15 groovy photos of Winnipeg in the 1960s.

Winnipeg Whiteout Street Party a hit with thousands of Jets fans Jets Hockey, Jet Fan, Canada, Nfl Fans, Historical Sites, White Out, Nhl, Awesome, Amazing
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Winnipeg Whiteout Street Party a hit with thousands of Jets fans

More than 9,000 fans attended the party during Game 2 this past Friday

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Hudson's Bay Company Building Portage Avenue, Winnipeg) Victoria Vancouver Island, Fur Trade, Canadian History, Hudson Bay, Mountain Man, Interesting History, Historical Sites, Scenery, Street View

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Hudson's Bay Company Building (450 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg)

First horse car at Portage and Main - October 1882 Winnipeg's horse-car service was inaugurated. Horse-cars continued to provide transportation for almost twelve years. October 20, Rural Area, Black And White Pictures, Photo Archive, Old Cars, Vintage Photos, Past, Transportation, Cable
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A History of Transportation in Winnipeg

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Map of Winnipeg from Grain Exchange District, looking west.

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Construction of the Hudson's Bay Company store at Portage and Memorial.

Mar 2013: Diamond in the rough: The future of the downtown Bay

The downtown Bay is a shadow of its glorious self. It’s become clear there is no easy fix for giving the aging department store a new life and lustre.

Portage Avenue - from a coloured slide. 1920s, Past, Street View, Canada, Memories, History, City, Photos, Travel
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City Beautiful - Part Coming of Age - Winnipeg Free Press Winnipeg Art Gallery, University Of Manitoba, Modernist Movement, Construction Cost, Red River, New City, Coming Of Age, Concert Hall, My House
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City Beautiful - Part 2: Coming of Age

They called it the Gingerbread City Hall. Actually, they called it a lot of things: ugly, amusing, majestic, a monstrosity, a

City Beautiful - Part Great Expectations - Winnipeg Free Press Architecture Mapping, Great Expectations, Rural Area, Nostalgia, Canada, Memories, History, Ancestry, City

City Beautiful - Part 1: Great Expectations

WINNIPEG, April, 1911: Michael Hrushka had $42 in his pocket when the train pulled up to the Canadian Pacific Railroad Station on Higgins Avenue. He was 16 years old, with no waiting friends, no family and no concept of the English language.

Snow covers the scene in St. John's Park near Holy Trinity Cathedral.

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Latest news, sports, business, entertainment, comments and reviews from the Winnipeg Free Press, your local newspaper.

Point of View articles and news from Manitoba - Winnipeg Free Press. O Canada, Paris Skyline, Canada Pictures, Coast, Human Rights, City, Social Studies, Places, Shots
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Point of View

Point of View articles and news from Manitoba - Winnipeg Free Press.