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Assiniboine Park Assiniboine Park Assiniboine Park Assiniboine Park Assiniboine Park is Winnipeg's premiere park and green space. Attractions at Assiniboine Park are the Zoo, the Conservatory, the Nature Playground, the Lyric Theatre, the Conservatory, Formal Gardens and the Leo Mol Sculpture Gardens where you will also find many different gardens such as the English, Flats, Abilities, Herb, and the Garden Of Life.

Assiniboine Park Zoo Assiniboine Park Zoo Assiniboine Park Zoo Assiniboine Park Zoo The Assiniboine Park Zoo has close to 400 species in its collection, a great place for an up-close viewing of animals from all corners of the world.

Bears On Broadway Bears on Broadway Bears on Broadway Bears on Broadway Bears on Broadway Bears on Broadway In 2005, 62 seven foot tall concrete polar bears were placed on Broadway to celebrate CancerCare Manitoba Foundation's 75th Anniversary

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There are more old buildings, built in 1881-1918, in Winnipeg then anywhere else in North America.
Along with the turn of the centry buildings there are also many new modern buildings in Winnipeg.

Leo Mol Gardens Leo Mol Sculptures Leo Mol Sculptures Leo Mol Sculptures Leo Mol Sculptures Leo Mol Sculptures Leo Mol was a world renown Winnipeg sculptor and was commissioned by many world leaders. A collection of his sculptures can be found in Assiniboine Park.

Manitoba Legislative Building Manitoba Legislative Building and grounds Manitoba Legislative Building and grounds Manitoba Legislative Building and groundsConstruction of the Manitoba Legislative Building began in 1913, with Tyndall stone, quarried at Garson, about 20 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg.

Miscellaneous Pictures Inside the MTS Arena Inside the MTS Arena Provincer Bridge There are many different things to see in Winnipeg!

Murals Winnipeg murals Winnipeg murals Winnipeg murals I did not realize that Winnipeg had so many murals until I started to take pictures of them.

Provencher Bridge provencher Bridge provencher Bridge provencher Bridge The old bridge, it's removal, the construction of the new bridge and how it looks now.

St Boniface Cathedral St Boniface Basilica St Boniface Basilica St Boniface Basilica The cornerstone for the St Boniface Cathedral was placed on August 15, 1906. It was to become one of the largest churches in Western Canada at that time. On July 22, 1968 the St Boniface Cathedral burned leaving behind only the stone structure.

The Forks Winnipeg The Forks Winnipeg The Forks Winnipeg The Forks The Forks is nestled in the heart of downtown at the junction of the Assiniboine and Red rivers, is called Winnipeg's meeting place. The Forks has become one of Winnipeg's most loved places to visit.

Union Train Station Union Train Station Union Train Station Union Train Station The Union Station was for many years an important transportation hub in the region. The Union Station is one of two major inter-city railway station buildings in Downtown Winnipeg. It is a grand neoclassical structure situated near The Forks in downtown Winnipeg.

Winnipeg Arena Winnipeg Arena Winnipeg Arena Winnipeg Arena The Winnipeg Arena was an indoor arena located at 1430 Maroons Road in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It was closed after the MTS Centre was built in downtown Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Arena was demolition in 2005 - 2006.

Wolves At The Forks 2007 Wolves at the Forks 2007 Wolves at the Forks 2007 Wolves at the Forks 2007 Wolves at the Forks 2007 Wolves at the Forks 2007 During the summer of 2007 10 sculptures of wolves, painted by Manitoba artists, were on display at The Forks. They are now on permanent display in Thompson, Manitoba.

Wolves At The Forks 2008 Wolves at the Forks 2008 Wolves at the Forks 2008 Wolves at the Forks 2008 Wolves at the Forks 2008 Wolves at the Forks 2008 During the summer of 2008 7 sculptures of wolves, painted by Manitoba artists, were on display at The Forks. They are now on permanent display in Thompson, Manitoba.

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