Quebec

Power lines

Six huge towers hold power lines crossing the Saint Lawrence River, they’re quite cool. If you follow the lines to the north you’ll find another six not-so-huge towers as the lines have to cross another part of the river. Now…

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Thursday, 15th September 2005

Cirque du Soleil

This is the Cirque du Soleil in Montreal. Well, it’s one of them anyway.. the ‘Circus of the Sun’ is an entertainment company founded in 1984 by former fire-eater Guy Laliberté, and actually consists of at least 11 different troups…

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Thursday, 25th August 2005

Montmorency Falls

At 83 metres high, the Montmorency Falls in Quebec are 30 metres higher than Niagara Falls. Apparently there are staircases that allow visitors to observe the falls from different vantage points… Not our vantage point though! The falls look absolutely…

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Monday, 25th July 2005

More Shipwrecks

Here’s one in Saint Lawrence bay, Quebec… …a beached wreck off the Washington coast… …and finally a super-cool submerged ship in the river Clyde, near Glasgow! (it’s great posting Scottish things ) Thanks to Jacob, Jonny, troy, DDA, Jonathan Hoppe,…

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Monday, 18th July 2005

3 Seasons In One Day

Check out this cool image of Montréal, where you can see 3 seasons in one shot! Thanks to Waldo for this one.

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Wednesday, 13th July 2005

Museum of Civilisation

The Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec is right across the river from Canada’s Parliament Buildings. It was designed by famous Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal, who also designed the Museum of the American Indian in Washington. The building has absolutely…

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Sunday, 12th June 2005
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