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The Peg, Winterpeg... been around since 1873, but the The Forks (the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers) has been a settlement and meeting place for thousands of years. BTW Winnipeg means Muddy Waters

The Famous Five who legally gained the right for women to vote in Canada in Statue shown here erected at the Manitoba Legislature in created by local sculptor Helen Granger on behalf of the Nellie McClung Foundation. Quebec, Statues, Banff, Rocky Mountains, British Columbia, The Famous Five, Canada Eh, Ottawa Canada, Vancouver
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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Famous Five Monument (Osborne Street, Winnipeg)

in the polar bear tunnel at Assiniboine Park Zoo. How Winnipeg Will Win Your Heart With These 5 Experiences via Visit Canada, O Canada, Canada Trip, Calgary, Animal Experiences, Canadian Travel, New Museum, North America, Places To Go
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How Winnipeg Will Win Your Heart With These 5 Experiences - Hike Bike Travel

Winnipeg has come of age with new museums, attractions & restaurants. Here's how Winnipeg won my heart & my personal 5 favourite things to do.

The Exchange District of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. A well preserved part of Winnipeg history and a national historic site. The Places Youll Go, Places Ive Been, Places To Go, O Canada, Canada Travel, Canadian Prairies, Western Canada, England And Scotland, Largest Countries
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GO TRAVELING

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Happiness is Travel: Winnipeg (The Murder Capital of Canada) I'm a Canadian. Outside Canada I carry the flag. Canadian nationalism isn't as insidious as American nationalism, though. Winnipeg Art Gallery, A As Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Historical Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Capital Of Canada, Western Canada, Famous Architects, Win A Trip
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Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Downtown Winnipeg @ The Forks Market Manitoba Canada Nikon D700 + Nikkor 24-70mm Shutter Speed : 20 sec F-Stop : f/7.1 | ISO : 200 | Focal : 38mm

Welcome to Winnipeg Theatres (Historical) Here you will find extensive information about Winnipeg Theatres from 1900 to present. Rural Area, Calgary, Vintage Photos, Vancouver, Old Things, Backyard, History, Architecture, City
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Winnipeg Theatres

Welcome to Winnipeg Theatres (Historical) Here you will find extensive information about Winnipeg Theatres from 1900 to present.

University of Winnipeg.after 5 years I still adore this place Western Canada, Newfoundland And Labrador, The Province, Beautiful Architecture, Great Places, Places To Travel, University, City, 5 Years

University of Winnipeg

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Photo: Peel’s Prairie Provinces, a digital initiative of the University of Alberta Libraries University Of Alberta, Make Way, Rural Area, Library Design, City Buildings, Historical Photos, Continents, Abandoned, Past
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11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg’s past

11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg's past.

The CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway) station in Winnipeg, Manitoba - Found via The Passion of Former Days Dominion Day, General Strike, Canadian Pacific Railway, Western Canada, Canadian History, Largest Countries, Historical Photos, Images, Pictures
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Old Photographs of Canada From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

The photographs from the Notman Photographics Archives are a priceless testimony to the history of Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries, from its people to its landscapes... William Notman (1826-1891), his sons, and the photographic studio he founded in Montreal, documented Canadian life and her people from 1856 to 1936. The Notman studio, among others, was commissioned by William Van Horne (general manager of the CPR) to record the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to show…

Manitoba Photographers: Simon Duffin View of the Duffin photography studio on Winnipeg’s Main Street, late Source: University of Alberta Archives, Main Street, Street View, University Of Alberta, Canadian History, Rural Area, Red River, Photo Archive, History Facts, Vintage Pictures

Winnipeg Manitoba. Wish there was more info.

11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg’s past Historical Society, Historical Sites, Historical Photos, University Of Alberta, Brick Facade, Canadian History, Rural Area, Old Buildings, Past
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11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg’s past

11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg's past.

The grounds and exterior of the Saint Boniface Museum, the former Grey Nuns Convent in St. Boniface in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Native Canadian, Canadian History, Western Canada, Roadside Attractions, Old Building, Red River, Looks Cool, Saints, Museum

Saint Boniface Museum Winnipeg City Manitoba - Photo & Travel Idea Canada

The grounds and exterior of the Saint Boniface Museum, the former Grey Nuns Convent in St. Boniface in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

City of Winnipeg Steamboat, ca. 1881 This steamboat, originally dubbed the Minnesota, was bought by the Winnipeg and Western Transportation Co. in Less than one year later, the ship was wrecked on Lake Winnipeg. Brooklyn Library, Lake Winnipeg, Rural Area, Cool Countries, Great Lakes, Vintage Pictures, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Minnesota
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15 fascinating photos of Winnipeg from the 1800s

15 fascinating photos of Winnipeg from the 1800s.

In the “Foreign” Quarter of Winnipeg : Digital Resources on Manitoba History Rural Area, Vintage Pictures, Historical Photos, Photographs, Old Things, Canada, History, Digital, City
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Manitobia

This page contains links to Internet sites pertinent to the history of Manitoba.

11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg’s past University Of Alberta, Make Way, Old Buildings, Parking Lot, Real Estate Marketing, Historical Photos, Libraries, Silhouettes, Past
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11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg’s past

11 bygone photos of forgotten buildings from Winnipeg's past.

Unveiled Legislature grounds, Broadway and Osborne. War Memorials, Local Photographers, Ol Days, The Province, Ancestry, Monuments, Statues, Statue Of Liberty, Broadway
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Winnipeg Soldier's Relatives' Memorial

Unveiled 1923. Legislature grounds, Broadway and Osborne. Artist: Marguerite Taylor.

A City of Winnipeg and Province of Manitoba heritage-designated building since Westminster United Church’s building celebrates 100 years in Church is also a West Broadway Heritage site. Church Ceremony, Heritage Site, Westminster, Barcelona Cathedral, Broadway, Coast, Canada, The Unit, Memories
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