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Winnipeg, Friendly Manitoba at KITKA design toronto

Winnipeg, Friendly Manitoba at KITKA design toronto

Winnipeg, Friendly Manitoba at KITKA design toronto

The Golden Boy statue atop the Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. Barbados, Jamaica, Canada Eh, Canada Summer, Visit Canada, Honduras, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Canadian Prairies

Golden boy statue Manitoba Legislative Building Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

Stock photo shows the dark impressive dome with the golden boy statue sits atop the Legislative Building.

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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…

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Snow On The by Keith Levit

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Snow On The Photograph by Keith Levit

At The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba.when the opportunity arises for us to be in our old home town we take in the fab-dam tastic firework displays at the Forks on special events there. Canada Day, Canada Travel, Dream Vacations, Continents, Fireworks, Forks, Places To Go, Beautiful Places, Scenery

Manitoba's arts and culture storymakers offer New Year's resolutions

At The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba

A location steeped in over 6000 years of history, The Forks, a designated National Historic Site of Canada is the number one tourist attraction in Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba. Cool Places To Visit, Places To Travel, Places To Go, O Canada, Canada Travel, Canadian Prairies, Belle Villa, Explorer, Best Cities

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The still waters of the Assiniboine River reflect the lights of the marina and surrounding buildings at The Forks National Historic Site during dusk in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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Millennium Library: 4th Floor

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Build it and they will come

The most famous wave of architecture in Winnipeg is evidenced by the turn-of-the-century buildings in the Exchange District. New visitors to this area are awed by the Chicago-style architecture, with their large picture windows and ornamental cornice detailing. The hundreds of buildings in the

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Build it and they will come

The most famous wave of architecture in Winnipeg is evidenced by the turn-of-the-century buildings in the Exchange District. New visitors to this area are awed by the Chicago-style architecture, with their large picture windows and ornamental cornice detailing. The hundreds of buildings in the