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Rideau Canal
Rideau Canal is a canal system in Eastern Ontario, connecting Ottawa, Ontario with Kingston, Ontario. Completed in 1832, it was designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. In the winter, a portion of the canal running through Ottawa becomes the Rideau Canal Skateway, the largest skating rink in the world.
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This photograph shows the southeast side of the Plaza Bridge on Canada Day 2008. Boats are visible on the Rideau Canal, over which the Plaza Bridge spans.Southeast Side of the Plaza Bridge on Canada Day 2008
This photograph, taken from the Mackenzie King Bridge on Canada Day in 2008, shows the National Arts Centre at the left, with the East Block of the Parliament Buildings visible in front of the Peace Tower and the Library of Parliament in the centre, and the Plaza Bridge over the Rideau Canal visible in the lower right corner. The Flag of the Governor General of Canada can be seen flying on the Peace Tower.NAC, Peace Tower, Library of Parliament, East Block, Rideau Canal and Plaza Bridge on Canada Day, 2008
This photograph is looking southwest along the segment of the Rideau Canal between Bronson Avenue and Bank Street.Looking Southwest Along the Rideau Canal Between Bank Street and Bronson Avenue
This photograph shows repairs being performed to the southern end of the Bronson Avenue Canal Bridge, looking across the Rideau Canal and Colonel By Drive.Repairs to the Southern End of the Bronson Avenue Canal Bridge
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