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Art Gallery of Burlington, Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Art Gallery of Burlington, founded in 1978, is the seventh largest public art gallery in Ontario. The Gallery collects and maintains Canada's largest collection of...

Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Burlington (Canada 2011 Census population 175,779), is a city located in Halton Region at the western end of Lake Ontario. Burlington is part of the Greater Toronto Area, and...

Burlington Central Library, Burlington, ON
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Burlington Performing Arts Centre, Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Burlington Performing Arts Centre (BPAC) is a multi-purpose venue located in the downtown core of Burlington, Ontario. The venue is the only performing arts centre in...

Burlington Public Art, Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from Burlington.ca: The term public art refers to artwork that has been created with the specific intention of being sited or staged in a public space. The City of Burlington's Public Art...


Cemeteries of Burlington, ON
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Christmas, Burlington, ON
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City Hall, Burlington, ON
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Food of Burlington, ON
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Heritage Burlington, Burlington, Ontario
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Historic Churches, Burlington, ON
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Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from thecatholiccemeteries.ca: Even before the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton was formed in 1856, local Catholics were carrying out the tradition of burying their dead in consecrated...

Seasons, Burlington, ON
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Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Spencer Smith Park is a park in downtown Burlington, Ontario located on the shore of Lake Ontario. It was named in memory of Spencer Smith, a former president of the...

Sunrise and Sunset, Moon and Sky, Burlington, ON
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Village Square, Burlington, ON
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Excerpt from village-square.ca: We are Burlington's touristic site and community destination for culinary delights, specialty shops, professional services and personal treats - located downtown...

Adelaide Hotel, Toronto, ON
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Hotel was opened on January 31, 2012. The building is 65-storey high, and the hotel occupies the first 31 floors. It has 261 guest rooms and 118 residential units selling at over a million dollar...

Aga Khan Museum & Ismaili Centre, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Aga Khan Museum is a museum of Islamic arts and culture in Toronto, Canada. The museum is an initiative of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, an agency of the Aga Khan...

Allan Gardens, Toronto, ON
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The society was founded by Sir John Colborne, the then lieutenant governor of Upper Canada, in 1834. The Horticultural Gardens were opened on September 11, 1860 by the Prince of Wales (Edward VII)...

Anglican Cathedral Church of St. James, Toronto,...
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First wooden church was built in 1807, and the bell tower was added in 1818 and was used as a fire bell. In 1828, the church was dedicated to St. James the Apostle. In 1833, a neo-classical stone...


Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
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The A.G.O. was founded in 1900 and is one of the largest art museums in North America. After 7 years of renovation by architect Frank Gehry at a cost of 250 millions, it had its grand re-opening on...

Arts in Toronto, ON
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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir, Hindu...
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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a Hindu temple in Toronto, Ontario. The construction took 18 months, and it was opened on July 22, 2007 by Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The temple was constructed...

Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, ON
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Opened in 1995, it has 13,000 artifacts covering 4,500 years of history of footwear. Architect Raymond Moriyama was inspired by the idea of a shoebox, and created and built this state of the art...

Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, ON
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The village was opened in 1960 as a tribute to the pioneers of the Toronto area. It is located on the original Stong Farm, and includes historical buildings from the surrounding areas.


Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (IATA: YTZ, ICAO: CYTZ), commonly known as the Toronto Island Airport, is a small international airport located on the Toronto Islands in...

Bridge of Light, Toronto, ON
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Except from the Toronto Star published on Thursday November 01, 2012: A pedestrian bridge connecting Toronto's lakeshore condominiums to the downtown core that was shut down shortly after it opened...

Canoe Landing Park, Toronto, ON
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The park was opened on September 9, 2009. It was designed by Landscape Architects Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg of Vancouver. The park incorporates integrated artwork in the form of a landform (the...

Casa Loma, Toronto, ON
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It was built by Sir Henry Pellatt between 1911 and 1914 at a cost of $3,500,000.

Cedar Ridge Creative Centre and Gardens, Toronto,...
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Excerpt from the brochure Exploring Toronto Gardens: This area boasts beautifully landscaped gardens that surround a historical mansion and features hostas and a mix of perennials and annuals.


Centennial Park Conservatory, Toronto, ON
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Charles Sauriol Conservation Area, Toronto, ON
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Cherry Beach Park, Toronto, ON
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It was named after Harry Clarke, a Toronto alderman who created the park in the early 1930s. In 2003, the city changed it to Cherry Beach Park.

Chinatown, Toronto, ON
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Chinatown (多倫多華埠) is located in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, extending along Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue. First developed in the late 19th century, it is now one of the...

City Halls, Toronto, ON
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The 'new' City Hall was designed by Viljo Revell of Helsinki, Finland, and it was completed on September 13, 1965. The main floor of the building houses the Hall of Memory, with a huge column...


CN Tower, Toronto, ON
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The CN Tower was once the world's tallest building at a height of 1,815 feet and 5 inches (553 metres). However, it is taken over by a structure being built in Dubai on September 13, 2007 known as...

Distillery District, Toronto, ON
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Founded in 1832 by brothers-in-law William Gooderham and James Worts, the Gooderham and Worts Distillery produced millions of gallons of distilled whiskey and spirits in the 1800's, mostly for...

Don Valley Brick Works Park, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Don Valley Brick Works Park is one of the City of Toronto's most valued natural environment parks. Managed by the City of Toronto, this internationally significant...

East York, ON
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East York was a former administrative district and municipality within Toronto, Ontario, Canada. From 1967 to 1998, it was officially the Borough of East York, a semi-autonomous borough within the...

Eataly, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from eataly.ca: In November 2002, the Eataly concept was born from Oscar Farinetti’s idea sketched on a piece of paper. The idea was simple: to gather under one roof high-quality food at...


Edwards Garden, Toronto, ON
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This includes Toronto Botanical Garden, Sunnybrook Park, Wilket Creek Park, and other surrounding parks.

Elgin Theatre and Winter Garden Theatre, Toronto,...
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Built in 1913, the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre is the only stacked Edwardian theatre facility left in the world, with 1,500 seats in Elgin Theatre and 992 seats in Winter Garden Theatre.

Ernest Thompson Seton Park, Toronto, ON
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Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto, ON
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The Don Valley Brick Works were originally created in 1889 by the Taylor brothers: John, William and George, and it operated for over 100 years, Transformed from a group of deteriorating heritage...

Exhibition Place, Toronto, ON
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The Princes' Gate is named after Princes Edward and Albert, and was built to celebrate Canada's 60th anniversary of Confederation. It was opened by the princes on August 31, 1927. The statue at the...


Famous People Players, Toronto, ON*
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It is so named because many famous people support this endeavour. The Famous People Players blacklight theatre company was formed in 1974 to support performers who are developmentally challenged. ...

Financial District, Toronto, ON
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Forest Hill, Toronto, ON
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This is one of the most exclusive residential areas in Toronto, and is bounded by Avenue Road and Bathurst Street, Davenport Road and Eglinton Avenue. The most famous building is the Casa Loma...

Former Toronto Stock Exchange, Toronto, ON
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Originally the Toronto Stock Exchange, and was built in 1937, being the first deep lake cooled building.

Fort York National Historic Site
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Fort York is a historic site of military fortifications and related buildings on the west side of downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The fort was built by the British Army and...


Four Seasons Centre for Performing Arts, Toronto,...
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Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts was opened in 2006 as the permanent venue for the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada, it is Canada's first custom-built opera house. ...

Gardiner Museum, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Gardiner Museum is the only museum in Canada devoted exclusively to ceramic art. It is located on Queen’s Park just south of Bloor Street in Toronto, opposite the Royal...

Glen Stewart Ravine, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Glen Stewart is an 11 hectare ravine with a wide diversity of plant and bird life. Fed by clean ground water from Ames Creek, the ravine forest is dominated by red oak...

Harbour Front, Toronto, ON
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This is the stretch of land along Lake Ontario in Toronto facing the Centre Island, it is dotted with parks and shops, and is also where the ferries to the islands and Lake Ontario cruises will...

Heritage Conservation District-Blythwood,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Blythwood Road Heritage Character: The nature of the heritage character of the Blythwood Road Heritage Conservation District (HCD) lies in its early ...


Heritage Conservation...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Cabbagetown Preservation Association (CPA) – with local support and encouragement –initiated discussions with the City of Toronto to propose the establishment...

Heritage Conservation District-Cabbagetown North,...
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Heritage Conservation District-Cabbagetown...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Cabbagetown Preservation Association (CPA) – with local support and encouragement –initiated discussions with the City of Toronto to propose the establishment...

Heritage Conservation District-Cabbagetown South
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Cabbagetown Preservation Association (CPA) – with local support and encouragement –initiated discussions with the City of Toronto to propose the establishment...

Heritage Conservation District-Draper Street,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Draper Street developed in four distinct phases in the period from 1881 to 1889. In the first phase of the development, developer Jonathan Madell financed the...


Heritage Conservation District-East Annex,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The East Annex Heritage Conservation District was the first large scale residential neighbourhood to be studied in Toronto as a potential heritage conservation...

Heritage Conservation District-Fort York
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Fort York Heritage Conservation District was the first Heritage Conservation District designated by the former City of Toronto. Toronto City Council had passed By-law...

Heritage Conservation District-Harbord Village,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The initiative for undertaking the Heritage Conservation District study was taken by residents on Lower Brunswick Avenue because of concern about the potential loss of...

Heritage Conservation District-Kingswood Road...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Balmy Beach is well known to many Torontonians as a neighbourhood of special character stemming from its historical evolution from a seasonal resort community to a...

Heritage Conservation District-Lyall Avenue,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Lyall Avenue is well known to local residents as an avenue of special character. This tree-lined street with well kept turn-of-the-20th century architecture and a...


Heritage Conservation District-North Rosedale,...
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Toronto has a number of conservation districts with heritage houses of various styles. This district contains houses from Victorian to Edwardian, and periods from WW I to Great Depression to WW II...

Heritage Conservation District-Queen Street West,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Queen Street West is defined by the historic nature of its buildings, its vibrant street life, and by its diverse retail and commercial environment. It is at once...

Heritage Conservation District-Riverdale,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Riverdale Heritage Conservation District includes the properties on First Avenue east of DeGrassi Street, and on West and Tiverton Avenues. The significance of...

Heritage Conservation District-South Rosedale
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Developed between two major ravines, South Rosedale is a unique neighbourhood in the City of Toronto. Originally it was part of the Village of Yorkville and one of the...

Heritage Conservation District-Union Station
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Union Station Heritage Conservation District (HCD) study is a component of the broader Union Station District Urban Design Study, which was initiated by the City...


Heritage Conservation District-Weston, ON
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Weston Heritage Conservation District covers most of the former Town of Weston. Phase One comprises the oldest residential area, along with a few adjacent...

Heritage Conservation District-Wychwood Park,...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: Wychwood Park has unique and outstanding features which give it heritage significance. It is a residential area of some sixty homes located near the centre of the city,...

Heritage Conservation...
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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca: The Village of Yorkville, incorporated in 1853, erected a Town Hall in the High Victorian style in 1860 at the corner of Yonge and Yorkville and a Firehall in 1876 that...

High Park and Colborne Lodge, Toronto, ON
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It was named High Park in 1836 by John G. Howard and his wife Jemima when they purchased 165 acres of land overlooking the lake. In 1837, John Howard designs the Colborne Lodge in Regency style on...

Historic Buildings of Toronto, ON
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Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, ON
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The Hockey Hall of Fame was inaugurated in 1943, and is now housed in a building which was designed in 1885 as the headquarters of Bank of Montreal in Toronto, until 1982.

Hotels in Toronto, ON
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Humber Bay Parks
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It has three parts: East and West, and the Humber Bay Shores Park.

Humber College, Toronto, ON
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James Gardens, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: James Gardens is a public botanical garden in Etobicoke area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada along the Humber River. It was a former private estate sold to the City of Toronto...


Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto, ON
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The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre has served as a gathering place for the Japanese Canadian community and for those of non-Japanese ancestry who have an interest in things Japanese for over 40...

Kensington Market, Toronto, ON
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The Kensington Market is an older neighbourhood and one of Toronto's most well-known. In November 2006, it was designated a National Historic Site of Canada. Its approximate borders are College St....

Le Royal Meridien King Edward Hotel, Toronto, ON
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The King Edward Hotel was built at a cost of $6,000,000 and was opened in 1903. Today the hotel operates as Le Royal Meridien King Edward Hotel, and is one of Toronto's grandest and most luxurious...

Leaside Park, Toronto, ON
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Legoland Discovery Centre, Vaughan, ON
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Liberty Village, Toronto, ON
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Liberty Village's name comes from its central street, Liberty Street named in honour of a historic prison reform, the initiative of then Provincial Secretary William John Hanna who forced the closure...

Lower Don Trail, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from www.trailforks.com: The Lower Don Trail is a multi-use trail corridor from the Toronto Lakeshore trails up to the heart of the Don Valley parks network. The trail is well paved, marked,...

Metro Hall, Toronto, ON
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Completed in 1992 at a cost of $220 millions and until 1998 when the Metro level of government merged with the city governments, the three building Metro Centre complex housed both the Metro...

Modern Buildings, Toronto, ON
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Moore Park Ravine, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from blogto.com: The Moore Park Ravine is a lush, tree-lined stretch of land that offers one of the most beautiful nature walks in the city. Making up the last leg of the nine-kilometre...


Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON
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Opened on November 4, 1876 for all citizens regardless of religion with 200 acres of land, and more than twelve miles of drives and pathways along rolling hills. As the final resting place of more...

Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada, formerly known as the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) is a Toronto, Ontario museum and art gallery. It is an...

Museum of Illusions, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from museumofillusions.ca: The Museum of Illusions in Toronto brings you a space suitable both for social and entertaining tours into the world of illusions which has delighted all...

North York, Toronto, ON
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North York is one of the former municipalities that made up the Metropolitan Toronto. In 1997, the provincial Government of Ontario passed legislation to merge six municipalities into a single, new...

Oldest Buildings in Toronto, ON
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Pictures of the oldest buildings/structures in Toronto, arranged by years of completion, with the oldest one at the first.


Ontario Place, Toronto, ON
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Ontario Place was built to replace the Government of Ontario building at the CNE as a showcase for the Province of Ontario. Construction started on March 17, 1969 and opened on May 22, 1971, with...

Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, ON
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Osgoode Hall, Toronto, ON
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The east wing was first built in 1829, and named after William Osgoode, the first chief justice of Ontario. In 1844-46 the west and central sections were built and the east wing remodelled. In...

Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church,...
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Our Lady of Lourdes is a Roman Catholic parish church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1879 and served by the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. Since 1969 it...

Parkdale, Toronto, ON
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Parkdale was incorporated as a village in 1879 with Lake Ontario in the south, and surrounded on the other three sides by Dufferin Street, the CN Rail line, and Roncesvalles Avenue.


Pearson International Airport, Toronto, ON
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Lester B. Pearson International Airport is located 27 km north/west of downtown Toronto. It is managed by GTAA (Great Toronto Airport Authority), and covers an area of 1,792 hectares. It has been...

Places of Worship of Toronto, ON
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Queen's Park, Toronto, ON
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Queen's Park is an oval shaped park located south of Bloor Street and north of College Street. The north end of the park is the location for the war memorial of the 48th Highlanders, and the...

R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant, Toronto, ON
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Toronto's largest water treatment plant, it started operation in 1941. It was designated as the National Historic Civil Engineering site in 1992. It has a maximum capacity of 781 million litres per...

Restaurants in Toronto
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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Toronto, ON
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Opened on October 16, 2013 as Canada’s largest indoor aquarium. It features 135,000 square feet of underwater attractions with over 16,000 marine animals and 450 species.

Riverdale Farm, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from riverdalefarmtoronto.ca: Riverdale Farm is a working farm located in Toronto's downtown Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Visitors to our 7.5 acre property will get a first-hand taste of farm...

Rogers Centre, Toronto, ON
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Opened on June 3, 1989 as SkyDome, the name was changed to the Rogers Centre on February 2, 2005. It is famous for its fully retractable roof. It can sit up to 60,000 spectators, and is home to the...

Rosetta McClain Gardens, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from www.toronto.ca: The fully-accessible garden park features special braille signage, raised planters, rose gardens and a rock fountain surrounded by a pergola. It is a haven for flower...

Rouge Park, Toronto, ON
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The park is 40 square km. and is located where the Rouge River meets Lake Ontario.


Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON
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It was opened on September 13, 1982 with its inaugural gala concert by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Total price tag was $57 million with $4.5 million from the...

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, ON
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This crystalline design structure was opened officially on June 2, 2007. It is a mixture of steel, glass, aluminum, and concrete, and boasts that it has no right angles inside the building. It is...

Ryerson University, Toronto, ON
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This university is a public research university located around the Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto. Egerton Ryerson founded the Toronto Normal School in 1852. It became Ryerson Institute of...

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Toronto, ON
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The church began as a Church of Scotland in 1874. It was built in Romanesque Revival style by architect William Storm. It modeled after the medieval architecture in Scotland, highlighted by...

St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto, ON
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Located at 270 Gladstone Avenue at College and Dufferin. The first church was built in 1862, and the stained glass windows from that church can still be seen at the chancel of the church. The...


St. James Park, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from www.toronto.ca: Located next to St. James Cathedral in downtown Toronto, this park is a series of formal gardens and are is beautiful place to stroll and relax. A grand gazebo can be...

St. Lawrence Hall, Toronto, ON
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Built in 1850, and seating a thousand people, it provided a grand public hall for meetings and concerts, when the centre of Toronto was located here.

St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, ON
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The south market was the location of the second Toronto city hall from 1845 to 1899. Part of that city hall is incorporated into the market. It is now a market selling seafoods, bakeries, cheeses,...

St. Michael's Catholic Cathedral, Toronto, ON
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The cornerstone was laid on May 8, 1845 by Bishop Michael Power, the first Bishop of Toronto, the cathedral was consecrated on September 19, 1848. The building was designed by the architect William...

St. Paul's Basilica, Toronto, ON
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The first church of St. Paul's was built at this site in 1824, and has been the historic mother church of the Archdiocese of Toronto. The planning of the present church began with Bishop Thomas...


Scarborough Bluffs and Garden of Ruins, Toronto,...
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Scarborough Bluffs were named by Elizabeth, the wife of the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada, John Graves Simcoe, because the place reminded her of the limestone cliffs in Scarborough,...

Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Scotiabank Arena, formerly Air Canada Centre, is a multi-purpose arena located on Bay Street in the South Core district of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the home...

Shangri-la Hotel, Toronto, ON
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Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto, a 65-storey tower on University Avenue, consists of 153 guest rooms and 49 suites on the first 17 floors and condominiums on the remaining floors. It opened on August 31,...

Sights of Toronto, ON
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Stackt, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from cbc.ca: Not too long ago, a large empty parking lot sat along the west side of Bathurst and Front streets. Residents and visitors to the area were forced to walk by what was a barren...


Taylor Creek Park, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Taylor-Massey Creek is a tributary of the Don River in Toronto, Ontario. It flows through Scarborough and East York, where it enters the Don River. The creek is named after...

The Beach, Toronto, ON*
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The area covers Queen Street, between Woodbine and Victoria Park Avenue.

The Toronto Necropolis Cemetery, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Necropolis Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Toronto, located on the west side of the Don Valley near Riverdale Farm. Opened in 1850 to replace "Strangers' Burying...

Tommy Thompson Park, Toronto, ON*
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Tommy Thompson Park is located on a man-made peninsula, known as the Leslie Street Spit. It extends 5 km into Lake Ontario and is over 500 hectares in size. It was constructed in 1950s by the...

Toronto Islands, Toronto, ON
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The place was originally a peninsular formed by sand bars created by sediments carried by currents from Scarborough Bluff. During the 1850s, severe storms broke the peninsula and the islands were...


Toronto Railway Museum, Toronto, ON
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Toronto Zoo, Toronto, ON
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In 1888, Alderman Lamb donated deers to form the Riverdale Zoo. In 1967, the Metro Council approved Glen Rouge as the new site for the zoo. On August 15, 1974, the Metro Toronto Zoo was opened to...

Transportation in Toronto, ON
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Trillium Park, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from mtc.gov.on.ca: The Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail is the province's new landmark park. Previously a parking lot, the park and trail is 7.5 acres of public green space on a...

Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Toronto and Eastern...
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Union Station, Toronto, ON
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Built between 1915 and 1920 in the classical Beaux-Arts style.

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON*
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The University of Toronto was founded as King’s College in 1827, and it now occupies three campuses: Scarborough, Erindale, and St. George campuses. Liberal arts education is the key of the...

Village of Islington, Toronto, ON
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This historic location is home to 20 wall murals depicting the history of the Village of Islington. They are spread out along Dundas Street West, between Islington and Kipling. Through the murals,...

Wilket Creek Park, Toronto, ON
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Windsfield Estate, Toronto, ON
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Excerpt from www.cfccreates.com: Windfields Estate was once the home of Edward Plunkett “E.P.” Taylor (1901-1989), the prominent Canadian businessman and breeder of champion racehorses. Taylor...


York University, Toronto, ON
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York University started its first class in September, 1960. It is now Canada's third-largest university. It has a student population of approximately 60,000 and staff of 7,000. It has eleven...

Bruce Peninsular National Park & Fathom Five...
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Georgian Bay Islands National Park, ON
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Gros Morne National Park, NL
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Gros Morne National Park is a world heritage site located on the west coast of Newfoundland. At 1,805 km2 (697 sq mi), it is the second largest national park in Atlantic...

Pacific Rim National Park, BC
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is a Canadian national park reserve in British Columbia made up of parks of three separate regions: Long Beach, the Broken Group Islands, and...


Point Pelee National Park, ON*
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The southern most tip of mainland Canada. It used to extend out to Lake Erie for about 1.25km. A storm in early 2006 washed away most of the sand spit.

"Prince Edward Island National Park, PEI
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Prince Edward Island National Park is a National Park of Canada located in the province of Prince Edward Island. Situated along the island's north shore, fronting the Gulf of...

Pukaskwa National Park, ON*
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Terra Nova National Park, Newfoundland, NL
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Terra Nova National Park is located on the east coast of Newfoundland in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, along several inlets of Bonavista Bay. The park...

The St. Lawrence Islands National Park, ON*
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St. Lawrence Islands National Park was established in 1904, and is the first national park east of the Rockies, and is the smallest of the Canadian national park system. It comprises of about 20...


Torngat Mountains National Park, NL
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Torngat Mountains National Park is a Canadian national park, located on the Labrador Peninsula at the northern tip of Newfoundland and Labrador. Set in the Torngat Mountains,...

30,000 Islands, Georgian Bay, ON
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Agawa Canyon, ON*
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Agawa Canyon was created 1.2 billion years ago by faulting along the Canadian Shield and enlarged by erosion of the Agawa River.

Algonquin Provincial Park, ON
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The Barron Canyon is 100 metres deep, and was formed millions of years ago by retreating glaciers.

Arrowhead Provincial Park, ON
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Excerpt from Arrowhead 2015 Information Guide: Arrowhead Provincial Park first opened for comping in 1966, but was not formally established until 1971 with its designation under the Provincial Park...


Awenda Provincial Park, ON
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Located close to Midland and Penetanguishene, Ontario, along the coast of the Georgian Bay of Lake Huron, about 2 hours drive north of Toronto.

Ball's Falls Conservation Area, Lincoln, ON
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Batchawana Provincial Park, ON
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Beamer Memorial Conservation Area, Grimsby, ON
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Excerpt from niagaragreenbelt.com: The Beamer Memorial Conservation Area in Grimsby offers some spectacular waterfalls for you to enjoy creating perfect photo opportunities. One of these is the 45...

Belfountain Conservation Area, ON*
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Charles W. Mack, the inventor of the cushion-back rubber-stamp, purchased the land in 1908. The bell-shaped fountain was built to honour the village.


Bon Echo Provincial Park, ON*
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Known as Canada's Gibraltar, the Bon Echo Rock rises from a fault line for 1.6km along Mazinaw Lake, and is 91 metres high.

Borer's Falls Conservation Area, ON
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Excerpt from alltrails.com: Borer's Falls Trail is a 4.5 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Hamilton, Ontario, Canada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate....

Bronte Creek Provincial Park, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Bronte Creek Provincial Park is located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, and is part of the Ontario Parks system. The 6.4-square-kilometre (2.5 sq mi) park is located at the...

Cheltanham Badlands, ON*
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Cheltenham Badlands is a small example of badlands formation in Caledon, Ontario. The site is located on the south east side of Olde Base Line Road, between Creditview and...

Crawford Lake Conservation Area, ON*
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This is the 15th century Iroquoian Village reconstructed on its original site. This picture shows the 4 sacred plants: Sweet Grass; White Cedar; Ohontayawi; and Owenywa.


Dundas Valley Conservation Area, ON
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Excerpt from Wikpipedia: Dundas Valley Conservation Area is located on the Niagara Escarpment in Dundas, Ontario, a constituent community of Hamilton, Ontario, and is owned and operated by the...

Elks Lodge 25 Family Park Conservation Area, ON
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National Grand Organizer N. A. Taylor instituted North Bay Elks Lodge #25 on April 17, 1914, but it ceased to be a force in the community in 1934. It was re-instituted in 1953, and continues to...

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, ON
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, located in Caledon, Ontario, Canada, is part of the Ontario Parks system and is part of the Niagara Escarpment biosphere. The park is on...

French River Provincial Park, ON
8 photos
The French River was the main water highway to the west in Canada from 1600 to the 1820's. The Ojibwe name for the river is Wemitigoj-Sibi. The early French explorers gave the river the name la...

Grundy Lake Provincial Park, ON
17 photos
The park is located 80 km north of Parry Sound. We are pleasantly surprised by its beauty.


Hilton Falls Conservation Area, Milton, ON
6 photos
The conservation area consists of 1,592 acres of park land that includes extensive forests, a reservoir, a waterfall that cascades over the Niagara Escarpment, and over 30 kilometres of trails.

Island Lake Conservation Area, Orangeville, ON
25 photos
Excerpt from ontarioconservationareas.ca: Island Lake Conservation Area is home to 807 acres of lake, wetland, forest and meadow in the Towns of Orangeville and Mono. This area plays an important...

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, ON
4 photos

Killarney Provincial Park, ON
19 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Killarney Provincial Park is a provincial park in central Ontario. Killarney is one of Ontario's most popular wilderness destinations. With its sapphire blue lakes and white...

Killbear Provincial Park, ON
15 photos
Killbear is a peninsula that is approximately 7 km long and 2 km wide. The park includes 1133 ha of land and 623 ha of Georgian Bay. Killbear combines sandy beaches with the granite and pines of the...


Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park, ON
8 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park is a Provincial park located in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. The park has an area of 104 hectares. Other than a viewing...

Lake Superior Provincial Park, ON
2 photos

Limehouse Conservation Area, Limehouse, ON
13 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Limehouse Conservation Area is located on the Niagara Escarpment near Limehouse, Ontario and is owned and operated by Credit Valley Conservation. It is within the watershed...

Louth Conservation Area, Lincoln, ON
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Excerpt from niagaragreenbelt.com: The Louth Conservation Area is located along the Sixteen Mile Creek in the Town of Lincoln. In comparison to many other conservation areas in Niagara, the...

MacLeod's Provincial Park, ON
2 photos


Massassauga Provincial Park, ON
6 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Massasauga Provincial Park is a provincial park in Parry Sound District, Ontario, Canada, stretching from the town of Parry Sound south to the Moon River. The park has an...

McRae Point Provincial Park, ON
1 photo
Opened since the summer of 1971.

Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, ON
18 photos
Part of the Niagara Escarpment with sheer dolomite cliffs. Excerpt from Wikipedia: Mono Cliffs Provincial Park lies within the rural town of Mono, in southern-Ontario, Canada, along the Bruce...

Mountsberg Conservation Area, ON
8 photos

Oastler Lake Provincial Park, ON
9 photos
Oastler Lake is a recreation-class park, which is 0.32 km² (79 acres) in size, on the shore of Oastler Lake. It is 7 kilometres south of Parry Sound.


Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park, ON
4 photos
The canyon is 150 meters wide and 100 meters deep. The diabase was formed 1,142 million years ago, when magna rose to the surface, resulting in pillar-like rock formation that lined the walls of the...

Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park, ON
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Petroglyph Provincial Park, ON
1 photo
Some 900 Indian rock carvings are found on the white crystalline marble in this area. The carvings are about 600-1100 years old and considered sacred by the Indians and photos are prohibited. In...

Presqu'ile Provincial Park, ON
9 photos
Excerpt from ontarioparks.com: Over 300 car camping sites in a variety of settings from shoreline to forest 2.5 km sandy beach 16 km of trails and paths along shorelines and through...

Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, ON
10 photos
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area covers an area of 727 acres and is full of sheer cliffs and crevice caves. The white cedar trees here are the oldest in Ontario, some with age from 600 to 1,000...


Rockwood Conservation Area, ON
4 photos
Dotted with potholes created by nature when boulders swirled around cracks of fast flowing rivers, and slowly carved holes in the rocks.

Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park, ON
12 photos
The park covers both sides of the Mattawa River. It has an area of 25.5 km² and is about 14 km west of Mattawa, Ontario, Canada.

Sandbank Provincial Park, ON
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The wind built the dunes 8 km long, 2 km wide, and 50 metres high. Its advance destroyed a mill in its way. Now the advance has stopped, but the sand continues to fill the water and eventually will...

Sauble Falls Provincial Park, Wiarton, ON
4 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Sauble Falls Provincial Park is located in the community of Sauble Falls, town of South Bruce Peninsula, Bruce County in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is in the lower...

Serpent Mounds Provincial Park, ON
1 photo
Only Indian burial mound in the shape of giant snake in Canada, and it is 2 metres high, 8 metres wide, and 60 metres long.


Shabot Lake Provincial Park, ON
1 photo

Sibbald Point Provincial Park, ON
4 photos
The Sibbald family sold the property in 1951 to the County of York and it was open as a County Park until 1956 when the County conveyed it to the Province. The property was then renamed as Sibbald...

Silver Creek Conservation Area, ON
13 photos
Excerpt from ontarioconservationareas.ca: Silver Creek Conservation Area spans 1,080 acres and features a large valley, babbling brooks, lush forests and escarpment rocks where visitors can enjoy a...

Silver Lake Provincial Park, ON
1 photo

Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, ON
6 photos
The park is located along Highway 400 south of Port Carling. It provides beaches and camping facilities for the summer months.


Spencer Gorge/Webster's Falls Conservation Area,...
9 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Spencer Gorge/Webster's Falls Conservation Area is located on the Niagara Escarpment in Dundas, Ontario, a constituent community of Hamilton, Ontario, and is owned and...

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park, ON
4 photos
Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park is located 6 km north of the village of Pointe-au-Baril, in the heart of the 30,000 islands. It has a sandy beach that is 77 metres long.

Warsaw Caves Conservation Area, ON
1 photo
The Indian River going through a very porous limestone area. Instead of flowing over the rocks, the water disappears into the rocks and reappears some distance downstream.

Aerial View, ON
33 photos
Pictures taken while I was flying in or out of Toronto. Some pictures were taken while visiting the CN Tower.

Ontario
63 photos


Acton, ON
19 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Acton (population 9,462 in 2016) is a community located in the town of Halton Hills, in Halton Region, Ontario, Canada. At the northern end of the Region, it is on the outer...

Almonte, ON
10 photos

Alton, ON
12 photos

Arkona, ON
3 photos
Excerpt from ontarioconservationareas.ca: Located on the outskirts of Arkona, Rock Glen Conservation Area is a unique island of nature within the Ausable Bayfield watershed jurisdiction. Whether...

Aurora, ON
13 photos


Baden, ON
3 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Baden is a suburban community and unincorporated place in Township of Wilmot, Regional Municipality of Waterloo in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It has a population of around...

Bala, ON
4 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Bala is a Canadian community famous for the Bala Falls. It is located in Muskoka Lakes Township in Ontario, where Lake Muskoka empties into the Moon River. It is considered...

Barrie, ON
4 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Barrie is a city in Central Ontario, Canada, on the shores of Kempenfelt Bay, the western arm of Lake Simcoe. Although located in Simcoe County, the city is politically...

Beaverton, ON
6 photos

Belleville, ON
9 photos


Big Chute, ON
1 photo
To carry boats between Six Miles River and Severn River. The 'train' can carry a boat up to 100 feet long, and 24 feet wide. It can carry a total weight of 90 metric tons. The track is 748 feet in...

Bolsover, ON
1 photo

Bowmanville, ON
8 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Bowmanville is a suburban community in the municipality of Clarington, located in the Regional Municipality of Durham in Ontario, Canada. It is located approximately 75 km...

Bracebridge, ON
25 photos
Bracebridge is known as the waterfalls capital of Ontario, and it has 22 waterfalls in its surrounding area, with 4 within its town.

Brantford, ON
77 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Brantford (2016 population 97,496; CMA population 134,203) is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, founded on the Grand River. It is surrounded by Brant County, but is...


Brockville, ON
5 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Brockville, formerly Elizabethtown, is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada in the Thousand Islands region. Although it is the seat of the United Counties of Leeds and...

Caledonia, ON
14 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Caledonia is a community located on the Grand River in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada. It had a 2016 population of 9,674. Caledonia is within Ward 3 of Haldimand County....

Cambridge, ON
22 photos
Located in southern Ontario at the confluence of Grand and Speed Rivers, it is made up of the City of Galt, Towns of Hespeler and Preston, and the Hamlet of Blair, when in 1973 they were amalgamated....

Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory, Cambridge, ON
16 photos
At least 2,000 butterflies of 40 different species are free flying at any given time. They originally came from Costa Rica and Philippines, being sent here weekly as pupae.

Campbellford, ON
10 photos


Cayuga, ON
19 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Cayuga is an unincorporated community and county seat of Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada located at the intersection of Highway 3 and Munsee Street and along the Grand...

Cobalt, ON
4 photos
Cobalt is known as the Silver Capital of Canada, and is also claimed to be Ontario's most historic town. Silver was discovered in 1908, and the town boasted a population of 20,000 at one point, with...

Cobourg, ON
3 photos

Deep River, ON
2 photos

Depot Harbour, ON
1 photo
The town was founded in 1890 to serve as a rail link between Ottawa and Georgian Bay. In 1928, the Canadian National Railway discontinued the service. The last blow came in 1945 when the supply of...


Dorset, ON
3 photos

Dundas, ON
35 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Dundas is a community and former town in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It is nicknamed the Valley Town because of its topographical location at the bottom of the Niagara...

Dunnville, ON
15 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Dunnville is an unincorporated community located near the mouth of the Grand River in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada near the historic Talbot Trail. It was formerly an...

Eganville, ON and Bonnechere Caves
6 photos
Eganville, ON is where Bonnechere Caves are located. The caves were first discovered in 1853, and were opened to the public in 1955.

Elora, ON
14 photos


Erin, ON
2 photos

Eugenia, ON
1 photo

Fergus, ON
10 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Fergus is the largest community in Centre Wellington, a township within Wellington County in Ontario, Canada. It lies on the Grand River about 18 km NNW of Guelph. The...

Fort Erie, ON
3 photos
It was originally built in 1764 on the river's edge below the present site, and was rebuilt in 1803 at the present site. The fort was occupied twice by the Americans during the war of 1812, and was...

Georgetown, ON
25 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Georgetown is a community in the town of Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada and is part of the Regional Municipality of Halton. The town includes several small villages or...


Glen Williams, ON
10 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Glen Williams is a hamlet in the Credit River valley in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is part of Halton Hills in the Halton Regional Municipality. Glen Williams is home...

Goderich, ON
13 photos
Following the concepts of Roman architect Marcus Pollio Vitruvius, the main street is designed to accommodate the convergence of 8 radiating streets onto a square, in a perfect octagon, probably the...

Gravenhurst, ON
8 photos

Grimsby, ON
44 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Grimsby is a town on Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Grimsby is a part of the Hamilton Census Metropolitan Area.[2] It is named after the English fishing...

Painted Ladies of Grimsby, ON
26 photos
Excerpt from insearchofsarah.com: They are lovingly referred to as “The Painted Ladies of Grimsby”, dollhouses or fairy homes – colourfully decorated and proudly displayed like little...


Guelph, ON
9 photos

Hamilton, ON
114 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Hamilton is a port city in the Canadian province of Ontario. An industrialized city in the Golden Horseshoe at the west end of Lake Ontario, Hamilton has a population of...

African Lion Safari, Hamilton, ON
6 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: African Lion Safari is a family-owned safari park situated in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Toronto. Though situated in Hamilton city limits,...

Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
21 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Art Gallery of Hamilton (AGH) is an art museum located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The museum occupies a 7,000 square metres (75,000 sq ft) building on King Street West...

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton, ON
21 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum is a Canadian aviation museum located at the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Hamilton, Ontario. The museum has 36...


Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, ON
7 photos
It was built 1832-1835 by Allan Napier MacNab who was prime minister of Canada from 1854-1856. The castle was named after his family ancestral seat in Scotland.

Royal Botanical Garden, Hamilton, ON
435 photos
Excerpt from www.rbg.ca: For over 80 years Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) has been an ecological jewel at the western tip of Lake Ontario. Conceived and founded through the tireless efforts of early...

Waterdown, Hamilton, ON
34 photos
Excerpt from www.wefhs.myhamilton.ca: The Village of Waterdown was developed upon land that was originally granted to Alexander McDonnell in 1796. In 1805 ownership was transferred to Alexander...

Waterfalls, Hamilton, ON
27 photos

Houghton's Sand Hill, ON
1 photo
Located east of Port Burwell, Ontario, the Sand Hill towers about 350 feet in the north shore of Lake Erie. This is the result of the water drained from a huge glacial lake, and the delta left with...


Huntsville, ON
9 photos

Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery, Huntsville, ON
13 photos
Excerpt from www.discovermuskoka.ca: The Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery is an inspiring and dramatic mural collection featuring over 80 world-class reproductions of famous artwork by Tom Thomson and...

Jackson Point, ON
10 photos
The Briars Resort started over 150 years ago from a working farm to one of Ontario's prominent resorts. The original land grant was made to British Navy Captain William Bourchier, who built a...

Kapuskasing, ON
1 photo
Kapuskasing was once a prisoner-of-war camp during WW I. After the war, the government tried to establish it as a farming community, but the harsh winter conditions drove the settlers away. The...

Kawartha Lakes, ON
5 photos


Kenora, ON
2 photos

Killarney, ON
10 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Killarney is a municipality located on the northern shore of Georgian Bay in the Sudbury District of Ontario. Killarney is commonly associated with Killarney Provincial Park,...

King Township, ON
7 photos

Kingston, ON
54 photos
Excerpt from "Kingston 2014 Official Visitor Guide": In 1673 the French established Fort Frontenac upon a traditional Mississauga First Nations site called Katarokwi. The fort was captured...

Kirkfield, ON
3 photos
These lift locks operate by hydraulic action. Together with the one in Peterborough, ON, are the only two of its kind in North America. When one of the locks is filled with water, it becomes...


Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
13 photos

Kleinburg, ON
7 photos
This is where the McMichael Gallery is located. It occupies 100 acres of conservation land in Kleinburg, and is dedicated to collecting and displaying Canadian art, particularly the works of the...

Lake Simcoe, ON
5 photos
Lake Simcoe is the fourth largest lake wholly in the province of Ontario, after Lake Nipigon, Lac Seul, and Lake Nipissing. It was originally called Ouentironk or Beautiful Water by the Huron...

Lindsay, ON
33 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Lindsay is a community of 20,354 people (2006 census) on the Scugog River in the Kawartha Lakes region of south-eastern Ontario, Canada. It is approximately 43 km (27 mi) west...

Long Point, ON
5 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Long Point is a sand spit and medium-sized hamlet on the north shore of Lake Erie, part of Norfolk County in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is about 40 kilometres long...


Manitoulin Island, ON
1 photo

Markham, ON
47 photos

Pride of Canada Carousel, Markham, ON
7 photos

Remington Contemporary Art Gallery, Markham, ON
9 photos
Excerpt from www.thestar.com by Tracy Hanes of April 8, 2017: Christopher Bratty, president of land development and investments and acquisitions at the Remington Group, established the Remington...

Marmora, ON
3 photos
Marmora and Lake is a beautiful little municipality, part of Hastings County and located in central southern Ontario. It is equidistant from Ottawa and Toronto and the main village is located along...


Midland, ON
37 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Midland is a town located on Georgian Bay in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Huronia/Wendake region of Central Ontario. Situated at the southern end of...

Millbrook, ON
16 photos

Milton, ON
20 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Milton (2016 census population 110,128) is a town in Southern Ontario, Canada, and part of the Halton Region in the Greater Toronto Area. Between 2001 and 2011 Milton was the...

Mississauga, ON
53 photos
The Mississauga Civic Centre is the city hall of the city of Mississauga, Ontario. The architect was Jones and Kirland, and the design is like a farm with the clock tower as its windmill; the main...

Adamson Estate, Mississauga, ON
10 photos
Excerpt from www.historicplaces.ca: Description of Historic Place The Adamson Estate, now a public park and campus for the Royal Conservatory of Music, backs directly onto Lake Ontario, at 850...


Village of Streetsville, Mississauga, ON
19 photos
Streetsville is a village within the City of Mississauga, and it boasts the largest concentration of historic buildings in Mississauga. Mississauga is the city west of Toronto.

Muskoka, Ontario
22 photos

Newmarket, ON
15 photos
Newmarket, Ontario was founded by Timothy Rogers in 1801, and incorporated as a Town in 1880. The latest statistics show that it covers an area of 38.07 square kilometres.

Niagara Falls, ON
55 photos
I went to the Niagara Falls on December 13, 2006 at night to see the falls lit up with lights. Good day to go because it was not very cold, and it was very quiet. I saw some beautiful Christmas...

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
42 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Niagara-on-the-Lake is a town in Ontario, Canada. It is located on the Niagara Peninsula at the point where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario, across the river from New...


North Bay, ON
9 photos
North Bay is about 330 km north of Toronto, and is located in the Canadian Shield, on the shoreline of Lake Nipising.

Oakville, ON
44 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Oakville is a town in southern Ontario, located in Halton Region on Lake Ontario halfway between Toronto and Hamilton. At its 2016 census population of 193,832, it is...

Orangeville, ON
15 photos

Orillia, ON
25 photos

Oshawa, ON
11 photos


Parkwood Estate, Oshawa, ON
9 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Parkwood Estate, located in Oshawa, Ontario was the home of Samuel McLaughlin (founder of General Motors of Canada) and was home to the McLaughlins from 1917 until 1972....

Ottawa, ON
149 photos

Owen Sound, ON
29 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Owen Sound (Canada 2016 Census population 22,032), the county seat of Grey County, is a city in the northern area of Southwestern Ontario, Canada. (The 2016 population of...

Pakenham, ON
7 photos

Paris, ON
18 photos
First settled in 1929, Paris is known as the “Cobblestone Capital of Canada” for its unique cobblestone buildings.


Parry Sound, ON
13 photos

Pembroke, ON
62 photos

Penetanguishene, ON
21 photos

Perth, ON
33 photos
Established in 1816, Perth was one of the three strategic defensive outposts created along the Rideau Corridor after the war of 1812. The Tay Canal, from Perth to the Lower Rideau Lake, was...

Peterborough, ON
14 photos


Petrolia, ON
2 photos
Petrolia used to claim the largest oil deposit, and became the centre of the British Empire's oil industry in 1880.

Point Abino, ON
3 photos
The lighthouse was completed in 1918 in classic revival design, to match the summer homes in its surroundings. It is the 5th oldest remaining lighthouse on Lake Erie.

Port Burwell, ON
7 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Port Burwell is a community on the north shore of Lake Erie, in the municipality of Bayham in Elgin County, Ontario, Canada. It is situated at the mouth of Big Otter Creek....

Port Carling, ON
10 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Port Carling is an unincorporated community in the Township of Muskoka Lakes in the Canadian province of Ontario. It has been the municipal seat of the township since 1971. It...

Port Credit, ON
3 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Port Credit is a former municipality in the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is located at the mouth of the Credit River on the north shore of Lake Ontario. Port...


Port Hope, ON
23 photos
The Municipality of Port Hope is located on the shore of Lake Ontario and the Northumberland Hills. It has a population of 16,500, and has been named the Best Small Town in Ontario. Walton Street...

Port McNicoll, ON
8 photos
Port McNicoll is now the home port of S.S. Keewatin. This ship was built for the Canadian Pacific Railway by Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. Ltd. in Greenock, Scotland in 1907. It...

Port Perry, ON
9 photos

Prince Edward County, ON
22 photos
We went for a drive on a sunny fall day in October in this nice countryside.

Richmond Hill, ON
9 photos


Lake Wilcox Park, Richmond Hill, ON
8 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Wilcox Lake is both a kettle lake and a community within Oak Ridges, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. The lake measures 1.5 kilometers across and covers 55.6 hectares, making...

St. Catharines, ON
26 photos

St. Jacobs, ON
7 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The community of St. Jacobs is located in southwest Ontario, just north of Waterloo in Woolwich Township, Waterloo Region. It is a popular location for tourism, due to its...

St. Joseph Island, ON
6 photos

St. Marys, ON
21 photos
I was here quite a few years ago, and decided to make a return visit due to the nice weather. Honestly, I have not encountered so many friendly and helpful town folks in my recent memory. Quite a...


Severn, ON
6 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Severn is a township in south-central Ontario, Canada, located between Lake Couchiching, and the Severn River (both are part of the Trent–Severn Waterway) in Simcoe County....

Sharon, ON
2 photos

Shelburne, ON
5 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Shelburne (2014 population 7200) is a town in Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada, is located at the intersection of Highway 10 and Highway 89. Shelburne is best known for the...

Stratford, ON
26 photos

Sudbury, ON
5 photos


Sunderland, ON
5 photos

Temagami, ON
2 photos
The logging company set aside 800 hectares of white pine forest as a reminder of what the ancient forests looked like. This forest is now the 6th largest old-growth white pine forest in the world. ...

Thornhill, ON
3 photos

Thunder Bay, ON
2 photos

Uxbridge, ON
13 photos


Vaughan, ON
6 photos
Vaughan is an area that includes the town of Kleinburg, Maple, Thornhill, and Woodbridge.

Victoria Harbour, ON
2 photos
This little town is located at the shoreline of the Georgian Bay.

West Montrose, ON
2 photos

Alberta
62 photos
Clara and I travelled to Alberta and Montana from May 29 to June 3, 2006. Starting from Banff National Park, and ending at Dinosaurs Provincial Park. A total of 6 national parks and 2 provincial...

Kananaskis Valley, Alberta
14 photos
We came to visit on September 11, 2011. Kananaskis Valley consists of many provincial parks, including Bow Valley Provincial Park, Spray Valley Provincial Park, and Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. ...


British Columbia
48 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: British Columbia, also commonly referred to by its initials B.C., is a province located on the west coast of Canada. British Columbia is also a component of the Pacific...

Whistler, BC
10 photos
The location of the 2010 Winter Olympic.

Manitoba
1 photo

New Brunswick
3 photos

Newfoundland and Labrador
290 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Newfoundland and Labrador is the most easterly province of Canada. Situated in the country's Atlantic region, it comprises the island of Newfoundland and mainland Labrador to...


Nova Scotia
7 photos

Prince Edward Island
138 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Prince Edward Island (PEI or P.E.I.) is a province of Canada consisting of the island of the same name, and several much smaller islands. Prince Edward Island is one of the...

Quebec
124 photos
My wife and I travelled to the Province of Quebec from August 19 to August 26, 2006. We visited Quebec City, the Gaspe Peninsula, the Saguenay Fjord, and Montreal. We then travelled again to Quebec...

Ile D'Orleans, Quebec
11 photos
The name of the island was given by Jacques Cartier in 1536 in honour of the Duc d'Orleans, the son of the French King Francois I. Many churches, mills, and houses survived since that time, so the...

Iles de la Madeleine, Quebec
88 photos
The archipelago is located in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is in the shape of the half moon fish hook stretching for a distance of 65 km in the north-easterly direction. It is made up...


La Mauricie National Park, Quebec, Canada
7 photos
The national park covers an area of 549 square kilometres with over 150 lakes. Visitors can drive on the 65-km parkway in the southern portion of the park with various lookouts. We stopped at the...

Mosaicanada150, Gatineau, PQ
29 photos
Excerpt from english.mosaicanada.ca: MosaïCanada 150/Gatineau 2017 is a spectacular horticultural celebration celebrating the art of mosaiculture and a tribute to Canada's 150 years of...

Old Town, Quebec City, Quebec
41 photos
It is not only part of the Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site, it is also designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It celebrated its 400 anniversary in 2009.

Plains of Abraham, Quebec
6 photos
This park was created in 1908, and it consists of the battlefield between the French army let by Wolfe and Montcalm, and the British army let by Murray and Levis. This 108-hectare park is now one of...

Saguenay Fjord, Quebec
20 photos
The fjord is 126 kilometre long and 2 kilometres wide. The average depth is about 200 metres, but can reach the depth of 270 metres. The top 6 metres are fresh water, while the rest is made up of...


Saint-Joseph Oratory, Montreal, Quebec
5 photos
Construction of the basilica began in 1924 in Italian Renaissance style by architects Dalbé Viau and Alphonse Venne. The interior was completed in 1966. The inner dome measures 85 feet in...

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, Quebec
16 photos
The first chapel was built in 1658. The first basilica was built in 1876, the same year Ste.-Anne was proclaimed patroness of the province of Quebec. This basilica was destroyed by fire in 1922. ...

The Citadel, Quebec City, Quebec
8 photos
Known as the Gibraltar of America, it is located on Cap Diamant, and formed the eastern flank of the fortifications. The work began in 1820, and completed 30 years later, in star-shaped format...

Beaches & Mountains of Hong Kong...
39 photos
Being surrounded by sea, Hong Kong has a lot of beautiful beaches. However, mountains are also in plentiful supply. They are not very tall, but they represent their own unique features.

Buildings of Hong Kong 香港建築物
27 photos
Buildings in Hong Kong are varied. A mixture of old and new, east and west.


Declared Monuments of Hong Kong 香港法定古蹟
113 photos
There are a total of 114 declared monuments in the whole of Hong Kong as of May 31, 2016. They are protected by law.

Festivals of Hong Kong 香港節日
85 photos
Many festivals are celebrated in Hong Kong. Many of them are colourful and the traditions can be traced back hundreds of years.

Food of Hong Kong
9 photos

Heritage Sites of Hong Kong 香港古蹟
66 photos
These are sites along the Heritage Trails on Hong Kong Island. They are the Western District and the Peak Route; the Sheung Wan Route; and the Central Route. In the New Territories, there are the...

Hong Kong Disneyland 香港迪士尼樂園
15 photos
Hong Kong Disneyland is scheduled to open officially on September 12, 2005. I was invited to visit on August 27, 2005 on one of their Rehearsal Days. Here is the pictorial.


Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail, Fanling, Hong Kong
9 photos

Museums of Hong Kong 香港博物館
6 photos
There are many museums in Hong Kong that displays a lot of items.

Outer Islands of Hong Kong 香港離島景色
72 photos
There are many islands, big and small, within the boundaries of Hong Kong. Some are popular with tourists, some have very interesting rock formations, but some are very tiny and unpopulated.

Parks of Hong Kong 香港公園
52 photos
With very limited space, Hong Kong still tries to provide some green spaces for its residence to enjoy.

Ping Shan Heritage Trail, New Territories, Hong...
12 photos
Excerpt from "Ping Shan Heritage Trail" by Antiquities and Monument Office: The first of its kind in Hong Kong, the Ping Shan Heritage Trail was inaugurated on 12 December 1993. Stretching...


Places of Worship of Hong Kong 香港宗教建築
110 photos
Although Buddhism and Taoism are the two main religions in Hong Kong, all other religions are also practised here.

Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong...
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The Back Garden of Hong Kong. It includes Sai Kung East and Sai Kung West Country Parks. Lots of islands and water, plus the High Island Reservoir which is the largest reservoir in volume in HK.

Scenic Attractions of Hong Kong 香港名勝
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Hong Kong has many attractions, both old and new. If anyone will spend time to explore, they will not be disappointed.

Tai Tam Waterworks Heritage Trail, Hong Kong
10 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Tai Tam Waterworks Heritage Trail (大潭水務文物徑) is a heritage trail in Hong Kong that comprises 21 waterworks structures with historical value near the Tai Tam...

Transportation of Hong Kong 香港交通工具
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Over the years, Hong Kong has developed a very sophisticated transportation system to accommodate the needs of the ever growing population.


Yan Chau Tong Marine Park...
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Located at north-eastern corner of Hong Kong, it is one of the four marine parks, and is known as Kweilin of Hong Kong.

Albania
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We visited Butrint National Park on the excursion during our Mediterranean cruise. Our cruise ship stopped in Corfu, Greece, and our group took a hydrofoil to get to Saranda, Albania, where we...

Argentina
71 photos

Australia
15 photos
I visited Australia from October 20, 2007 to November 6, 2007. During this period, I visited Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, the Great Ocean Road, Ayers Rock, Kings Canyon, Alice Springs, and finally...

Cairns, Queensland, Australia
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The settlement of Cairns was established in 1876. The decision was made in 1884 to build the railway along the Barron Valley Gorge to provide all-season connection between Herberton and the coast,...


Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
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Canberra is the capital of Australia, and Sir Henry Parkes was considered the Father of Federation. Australia was born in January 1901, and for years, debates took place as to where to put the...

Curtain Fig National Park, Queensland, Australia
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The Curtain Fig National Park is renowned for the Curtain Fig Tree, an huge strangler fig tree with aerial roots hanging down from its branches that look like curtains. It's over 500 years old.

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
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A World Heritage Site, the Great Barrier Reef consists of a maze of 2,900 separate reef systems stretching over 2,300km, from Cape York in the north to Bundaberg in southern Queensland. Corals...

Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
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The Great Ocean Road is known as the longest war memorial in the world because it was built by 3,000 soldiers from WW I in honour of their comrades who died in that war. The first section of the...

Kings Canyon, Matarrka National Park, Northern...
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Kings Canyon National Park is also known as Matarrka National Park. Matarrka is taken from Luritja word for Umbrella Bush found in the area. Sandstone formation rises 100 metres over the moist...


Kuranda, Queensland, Australia
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It is known as the market in the rainforest, but its waterfalls, rainforests, and the Crater Lakes District also provide the scenery. The Kuranda Scenic Train Ride is almost a must for visitors.

Lake Barrine, Crater Lakes National Park,...
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Lake Barrine is known as a maar, which is a crater lake formed by volcanic explosions. The rainforest thrives on the fertile red basalt soils in high rainfall regions, with large kauri pines as a...

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Melbourne is the second most populous city in Australia, but is the largest city in the State of Victoria with a population of just under 4 million. It was first established in 1835 by the free...

Paronella Park, Mena Creek, Queensland, Australia
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Jose Paronella built his dream castle on 13 acres of land next to Mena Creek Falls, with 7,000 plants and trees, inspired by the Catalonian castles. It included the grand 47-step staircase, a movie...

Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia
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This is the location where Little Penguins reside. These penguins built their nests around the area. They go out to sea in the wee hours of the day, and spend about 10 hours feeding themselves and...


Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Sydney is the largest city in Australia, and the state capital of New South Wales. It has a population of over 4 millions living in an area of approximately 12,000 square kilometres. Sydney is also...

Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern...
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Uluru means the Meeting Place, and was formed about 600 million years ago. Uluru was formed when sand was compressed into the ground to form the rock, which later surfaced due to erosions. Iron and...

Wooroonooran National Park, Queensland, Australia
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Designated in 1988 as the World Heritage Site, it contains some of the oldest surviving rainforests in the world. It also includes Queensland's two highest mountains, Mount Bartle Frere (1622...

Austria
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MAY 25, 2010 The coach started at 2pm from Budapest, Hungary, and headed towards Vienna, Austria. We arrived at around 5.30pm at the Chinese restaurant called Happy Buddha for dinner. It was the...

Belgium
53 photos


Bosnia-Herzegovina
20 photos

Chile
47 photos

Beihai Park, Beijing, China...
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Legend has it that there are three magic mountains (Penglai, Yingzhou, Fangzhang) in the east of China with herbal medicine that will provide eternal life. Emperors since Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC)...

Beijing, China 中國北京
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Peking Man from 400,000 to 500,000 years ago was found in Zhoukoudian in the vicinity of Beijing, and Beijing was already the capital of the State of Yan (Warring States Period 473-221BC). The...

Forbidden City, Beijing,...
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The Forbidden City was the imperial palace for the emperors during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, It was built from 1406 to 1420, and consisted of 9,999.5 rooms. One room is considered a space with 4...


Great Hall of People, Tianmen Square, Beijing,...
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It was built in the 1950s in 10 months by 100,000 workers. It includes a meeting hall that can hold 10,000 people. Important meetings and greetings of foreign dignitaries and state banquets will be...

Great Wall, Juyong Pass, China...
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The Great Wall of China refers to the stone and earthen fortifications built between the 6th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern border. It is over 6,400 kilometers long starting...

Guangshengsi, Lin Fen, Shanxi, China...
5 photos
Guangshengsi was built in 147, and is famous for its pagoda, known as the Flying Rainbow Pagoda. The pagoda has 8 sides and is 47 meters tall. This is the best preserved coloured tile pagoda in...

Hengshan Hanging Temple, Datong, Shanxi, China...
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The Hanging Temple was built more than 50 meters above ground in 491, about 65 kilometers southeast of Datong in Shanxi. It uses cross beams inserted into the rocks as foundation, and the rock cliff...

Hukou Waterfalls, Shanxi and Shaanxi, China...
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Yellow River is regarded as the Mother River of China. At Hukou, the water squeezes through a gap which is the narrowest part of Yellow River, where the width changes from 300 meters to 30 meters. ...


Jingshan, Beijing, China 中國北京景山
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It was a private park reserved for the use of the emperor in the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368). During the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), an artificial hill with 5 peaks were made, utilizing earth excavated...

Lower Wah Yin Temple, Datong, Shanxi, China...
5 photos
This temple represents the architectural style of the Liao Dynasty (1279-1368).

Ming Tombs, Beijing, China...
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Located about 50 kilometers north of Beijing, the site was chosen by Emperor Yongle, the 3rd emperor of the Ming Dynasty after he moved the capital from Nanjing to Beijing. 13 of the 16 emperors of...

Nine Dragon Wall, Datong, Shanxi, China...
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It was built in the 25th year of Hongwu of the Ming Dynasty (1392). It is 45.5 metres long, 8 metres high, and 2.02 metres wide, and is the largest glazed wall in China. The dragons on the wall...

Pingyao Ancient City, Pingyao, Shanxi, China...
13 photos
Pingyao Ancient City is located south of Taiyuan, and is designed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built originally during the Northern Wei, and was converted to stones and bricks walls during...


Qiao's Family Courtyard, Shanxi, China...
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It was built during the reigns of Qianlong and Jia Qing of the Qing Dynasty (1755). It covers an area of 10,642 sq. meters, and the building area covers 4,176 sq. meters, with 313 rooms, 6 large...

Shanghai, China 中國上海
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Shanghai is the most populous city in China. It was opened to foreigners after the Treaty of Nanking in 1842, and this foreign influence is still very visible today, especially along the Bund.

Shuanglin Temple, Shanxi, China...
5 photos
It was originally built during the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534), but re-built in 571. It covers an area of 17,400 sq. meters, of which 3,711 sq. meters are occupied by buildings. It is most...

Summer Palace, Beijing, China...
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The Summer Palace means Gardens of Nurtured Harmony in Chinese. It covers an area of 726.5 acres, and the major portion of it is occupied by Kunming Lake. The lake was created to imitate West Lake...

Suzhou, China 中國蘇州
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Suzhou is famous for its stone bridges, pagodas, and its gardens. The gardens were built so that no matter how one looks at them, they appear to be in a Chinese painting.


Temple of Heaven, Beijing, China...
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The Temple of Heaven was built in 1420 during the reign of Yongle of the Ming Dynasty. It covers an area of 2,730,000 sq. meters, and is the second largest park in Beijing. It makes up of 3 main...

Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China...
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The Tiananmen Square covers an area of 440,000 sq. meters, and can hold 500,000 people. It was originally built in 1651, and was expanded to its present size in 1958. The most famous structures...

Wangjiadayuan, Lin Fen, Shanxi, China...
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It was built during the Qing Dynasty, and took more than 70 years to complete. The Eastern Courtyard (Gao Jia Ya) was built from 1796-1811. It covers an area of more than 19,000 sq. meters, with a...

Yanmenguan, Shanxi, China 中國山西雁門關
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Yanmenguan was an important military installation within the Inner Great Wall. It is located in the Hengshan Mountain Range, and was built in 1374 during the Ming Dynasty. The castle is 1 kilometer...

Yao's Temple, Lin Fen, Shanxi, China...
7 photos
Yao's Temple is a temple to honour Emperor Yao who was a ruler at the end of the Chinese primitive society. The temple was moved to the present location in 658.


Yingxian Wooden Pagoda, Yingxian, Shanxi, China...
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Yingxian Wooden Pagoda was built completely of timber in 1056 during the Liao Dynasty. It is 67.31 meters tall with steeple of 10 meters high. It is the only large wooden pagoda in China, and the...

Yongzuo Temple, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China...
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Yongzuo Temple is also known as Double Pagoda Temple. The Wenfengta (East Pagoda) was built in 1599, and the Xuanwenta (West Pagoda) was built in 1612, during the Ming Dynasty. They were...

Yungang Grottoes, Shanxi, China...
16 photos
Yungang Grottoes is located on the southern part of Mount Wuzhou, and extends 1 kilometer from east to west. There are 45 major caves and 1,100 minor caves left with more than 51,000 statues of...

Costa Rica
36 photos
The Rincon de la Vieja became a national park in 1973. It covers an area of 400 square kilometers, with the altitude reaching 1,898 meters. The volcano has 9 eruptive craters, and the active crater...

Croatia
193 photos


Czech Republic
36 photos
MAY 27, 2010 We arrived in Prague at around 7.45pm, and had dinner at a Chinese restaurant called Zahrada before checking into the Diplomat Hotel. MAY 28, 2010 Prague, Czech Republic...

Denmark
74 photos

Estonia
20 photos

Finland
20 photos

France
224 photos


St. Pierre & Miquelon
15 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Saint Pierre and Miquelon, officially the Overseas Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (French: Collectivité d'Outre-mer de Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, is a...

Germany
254 photos
May 20, 2010 The weather was cloudy with the sun peeping out once in a while. We stopped first at Marx-Engels Forum, before we walked next to the Forum to a Chinese restaurant called China Garden...

Castles, Rhine Gorge, Germany
26 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Rhine Gorge is a popular name for the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, a 65 km section of the Rhine between Koblenz and Bingen in the states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse...

Christmas Market (Weihnachtsmarkt), Germany
30 photos

Romanic Churches, Cologne, Germany
21 photos
Excerpt from cologne.de: The twelve Romanic churches are amongst the cultural highlights of Cologne, alongside the Cathedral and the museums. Changed many times over the course of the centuries and...


Gibraltar
20 photos
Gibraltar: also known as The Rock, is a little over 2 square miles in size. It has been under British rule since the 1700s. We visited in September of 2011 for half a day.

Greece
84 photos

Greenland
12 photos
We flew over south of Greenland on our way from Reykjavik, Iceland to Toronto, Canada.

Holy Land
82 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: The Holy Land is an area roughly located between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea that also includes the Eastern Bank of the Jordan River. Traditionally, it is...

Hungary
34 photos
MAY 24, 2010 We started out at 8am from Krakow, Poland, to head to Budapest, Hungary through Slovakia 斯洛伐克. We arrived in Budapest, Hungary 匈牙利布達佩斯at around 5pm. We went to...


Iceland
231 photos
We visited Iceland from May 7 to 10, 2011. We were lucky to have nice sunny days while we were there. Iceland is 2 times the size of Switzerland, or about the same size as Kentucky, U.S.A. It has...

Ireland
11 photos

Italy
270 photos

Japan 日本
329 photos
I made a trip to Japan from January 29, 2006 to February 13, 2006. During these 14 days, I travelled from Nagoya to Kyoto to Nara to Himeji to Hiroshima. I also travelled to some other destinations...

Liechtenstein
6 photos


Luxembourg
18 photos

Macau 澳門
36 photos
Macau is only 1 hour away from Hong Kong by jetfoil, but it is a totally different world. Compared to Hong Kong, it is slow pace, old and backwards. But that is the way I like it. The whole city...

World Heritage Sites, Macau
32 photos
The Historic Centre of Macau was inscribed as the World Heritage Site at the 29th Session of the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO. It includes the 8 squares (Barra Square, Lilau Square, St....

Mexico
41 photos

Monaco
8 photos
Monaco was first settled in the 6th century by the Ligurian tribe known as the Monokos by the Greeks. A Genoese family, Grimaldis, moved here, and in 1297, helped defend the stronghold on the Rock...


New Zealand
292 photos
I took a vacation to New Zealand from October 8, 2007 to October 20, 2007. Although I encountered a snowstorm at Arthur's Pass, 4 earthquakes, a landslide, and a forced evacuation from the hotel...

Norway
28 photos

Hurtigruten 12-Day Classic Round Trip Voyage from...
144 photos
We traveled on MS Midnatsol of Hurtigruten Coastal Express from May 11-22, 2011 from Bergen to Kirkenes to Bergen, Norway. This set is the pictorial of this journey. Unfortunately the weather did...

Sognefjord in a Nutshell, Norway
20 photos
The Sognefjord is Norway's longest and deepest fjord (1,308 metres at its deepest), and stretches 204 km towards Jotunheimen Mountain. We took the train from Bergen to Myrdal. From there, we...

Poland
45 photos
MAY 21, 2010 We left the hotel at 8.30am to start our long drive from Berlin, Germany, to Warsaw, Poland. It took about an hour to cross the border into Poland. There was absolutely no formality...


Portugal
67 photos
We visited Portugal for 2 days in September of 2011. We were in Lisbon, Obidos, Fatima, Cabo da Roca, and Cascais.

Russia
63 photos

San Marino
5 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: San Marino, officially the Republic of San Marino (Italian: Repubblica di San Marino), also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Italian: Serenissima Repubblica...

Singapore
52 photos

Slovakia
2 photos
We traveled through Slovakia from Krakow, Poland, to Budapest, Hungary, on May 24, 2010. There was no sightseeing stop in Slovakia, but we stopped at a Hilton hotel in a town known as Banska...


Slovenia
61 photos

Spain
269 photos
We first visited Spain in May 2008 just before we joined our cruise ship for the Mediterranean cruises. At that time, we only stayed in Barcelona. We made the return visit in September 2011. This...

Sweden
25 photos

Switzerland
204 photos
We found the people of Switzerland to be very friendly. Unfortunately there are too many smokers, and the cost of living is very high.

Thailand
40 photos
We visited Bangkok, Thailand on October 4 and 5, and this set contains its pictorial.


The Netherlands (Holland)
67 photos

Turkey
51 photos

United Kingdom & Northern Ireland
53 photos

Uruguay
9 photos

Vatican
37 photos


Anza Borrego Desert State Park, California
5 photos
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is a state park located within the Colorado Desert of southern California. The park takes its name from 18th-century Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and...

Arches National Park, Moab, Utah
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Arches National Park is located near Moab, Utah, U.S.A., and contains over 2,000 natural sandstone arches. It covers an area of 119 square miles with its highest point at 5,653 feet at Elephant...

Badlands National Park, South Dakota
5 photos
Badlands National Park is located in the southwest of South Dakota. It preserves 244,000 acres of eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires together with the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the...

Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park, Montrose,...
4 photos
The park contains 12 miles of the 48-mile long canyon of the Gunnison river, and has the deepest section of the canyon. This area also has the steepest mountain descents in the U.S.A., dropping 43...

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
36 photos
Bryce Canyon National Park is located at a height of 8-9,000 feet in southwestern Utah, U.S.A. It is most famous for its giant natural amphitheatre created by erosion of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. It...


Cabrillo National Monument, California
5 photos
Cabrillo National Monument is located at the southern tip of the Point Loma Peninsula in San Diego, California. It commemorates the landing of Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo at San Diego Bay on September...

Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona
16 photos
Canyon de Chelly National Monument was established on April 1, 1931, and covers an area of 131 square miles that includes the floors and rims of de Chelly Canyon, del Muerto Canyon, and Monument...

Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah
18 photos
Canyonlands National Park is located in Moab, Utah, U.S.A., and contains numerous canyons, mesas and buttes created by the Colorado River and its tributaries, cutting into the Colorado Plateau. The...

Cape Cod National Seashore, Wellfleet,...
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The Cape Cod National Seashore was established on August 7, 1961 by President John F. Kennedy. It covers an area of 43,500 acres and 40 miles of seashore, with ponds, woods and beachfront on Cape...

Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
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Capital Reef National Park, established in 1971, is 100 miles long but fairly narrow. It covers an area of 378 square miles, and protects about 75 miles of the long up-thrust known as the...


Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Coolidge,...
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In 1892, Casa Grande Ruins became the country's first archeological reserve. In 1918, it was made a national monument. It is located in Coolidge, Arizona, just northeast of the city of Casa Grande,...

Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Cathedral Gorge State Park is a public recreation area and geologic preserve featuring a dramatic landscape of eroded soft bentonite clay covering more than 1,600 acres (650...

Channel Islands National Park, CA
10 photos
Channel Islands National Park consists of five of the eight Channel Islands off the coast of California. Although the islands are close to the shore of densely populated Southern California, their...

Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona
15 photos
Chiricahua National Monument displays pinnacles and spires as a result of erosions of the volcanic rocks of the Chiricahua Mountains, which contains a variety of vegetation and wildlife species. I...

Crater Lake National Park, OR
6 photos


Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah
7 photos

Death Valley National Park, CA
42 photos
First established in 1933 as Death Valley National Monument, it covers an area of 3.4 million acres, and is the second largest national park other than Alaska. Not only it is the driest, and...

Denali National Park, Alaska
8 photos
Denali National Park covers an area of 9,492 sq. miles and includes Mt. McKinley (Mt. Denali), the tallest mountain in North America at 20,320 feet.

Devil's Tower National Monument, Wyoming
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Devil's Tower is a monolithic igneous intrusion or volcanic neck located in northeastern Wyoming. It rises 1,267 feet above ground, or 5,112 feet above sea level. It was established as a national...

Emerald Bay State Park, California
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Emerald Bay State Park is preserving Lake Tahoe's Emerald Bay, a National Natural Landmark. Park features include Eagle Falls and Vikingsholm, a 38-room mansion that is considered one of the finest...


Glacier National Park, Montana
12 photos
Glacier National Park was created in 1910 by President Taft. It contains more than a million acres of forests, alpine meadows, lakes, rugged peaks and glacial-carved valleys in the Northern Rocky...

Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
10 photos
First proclaimed as a national monument on February 25, 1925, it was re-designated as a national park in 1980. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located west of Juneau, and covers an...

Goblins Valley State Park, Utah
14 photos
Goblin Valley State Park features thousands of hoodoos which are formations of mushroom-shaped rock pinnacles, some as high as several meters. It was designated as a state park on August 24, 1964.

Gooseneck State Park, Utah
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Excerpt from Wikipedia: Goosenecks State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Utah, overlooking a deep meander of the San Juan River. The park is located near the southern border of the state a...

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
28 photos
Grand Canyon National Park, a World Heritage Site, covers an area of 1,218,375 acres and lies on the Colorado Plateau in northwestern Arizona. The land is semi-arid and consists of raised plateaus...


Grand Teton National Park, Utah
7 photos
Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming. The park is named after the Grand Teton, which is the tallest mountain of the Teton Range at 13,770 feet. It was established on February...

Great Basin National Park, Nevada
6 photos

Great Sand Dunes National Park, Mosca, Colorado
2 photos
It was first established as Great Sand Dunes National Monument, and was re-designated as a national park on September 13, 2004. It covers an area of approximately 85,000 acres, and includes the...

Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii
6 photos
Haleakala or the House of the Sun was formed during the volcanic eruptions about 400,000 years ago. The summit is 10,023 feet high, and one can find the alpine/aeolian zone at the top. Below it is...

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Big Island, Hawaii
6 photos
This national park displays the results of 70 million years of volcano activities in this Hawaiian Island-Emperor Seamount chain.


Highway 12, Utah
16 photos
Highway 12 has been designated as a National Scenic Byway, and an All American Road by the Federal Highway Administration. All American Roads have one of a kind features so exceptional that they...

Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
7 photos
The Horseshoe Bend is a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located south of Page in Arizona. I arrived there at 7.50am, and was able to make the round trip hiking in 30 minutes. It was...

Joshua Tree National Park, California
31 photos
Joshua Tree National Park was a national monument since 1936, and was designated a national park in 1994. It covers an area of 1,234 sq. miles, and includes Colorado Desert and Mojave Desert. ...

Kershaw-Ryan State Park, Nevada
6 photos
Excerpt from Wikipedia: Kershaw–Ryan State Park is a public recreation area on Nevada State Route 317, two miles (3.2 km) south of the town of Caliente, Nevada. The state park covers 265 acres...

Koke'e State Park, Kauai, Hawaii
4 photos
Adjacent to the Waimea Canyon State Park, this is where people can see the Na Pali Range up close. Na Pali coast is where it is believed Hawaiian natives first settled, and is dominated by 'hanging...


Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada
8 photos

Lake Powell, Glen Canyon National Recreation...
43 photos
Lake Powell, named after a Civil War Veteran Major John Wesley Powell, is the second largest man-made lake in the United States. It is 186 miles long and has 1,960 miles of shoreline, with 96 major...

Lakes Basin Recreation Area, CA
2 photos
Formed by glaciers and filled with remnants of the gold rush, the Lakes Basin area offers pristine camping, hiking and mountain biking. The most prominent feature on the landscape is the Sierra...

Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA
3 photos
The dominant feature of the park is Lassen Peak, the largest plug dome volcano in the world and the southern-most volcano in the Cascade Range. Lassen Volcanic National Park started as two separate...

Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona
21 photos
The Navajo name for Lower Antelope Canyon is Hasdestwazi, or “spiral rock arches”. Sandstone is being carved by the infrequent but often violent flow of water, and the result is the formation of...