This giant spider sculpture designed by Louise Bourgeois lives in front of the National Gallery of Canada. If you get close enough, you’ll be able to see the marble eggs nestled under the spider’s belly!
Postcard from Ottawa ... looking down on Connaught Plaza from the top of the Lost Daly Building, circa 1920. By then the Sappers and Duffering bridges had been replaced, and the space between them also over to form a large triangular square. Russell House on the left, Old Post Office in the Middle and Chateau Laurier on the right. Rideau Canal passes underneath.