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Ottawa

 

On the banks of the left tributary of the St. Lawrence Ottawa - Canada River is Ottawa - capital of the country, Canada. In the early 19th century in what is now founded a small settlement called Baytaun loggers. In 1854 the town was renamed Ottawa, and in 1867 received the status of the capital city of Canada.
Ottawa fourth-largest in the country - an area of ​​4710 square kilometers. This territory is inhabited 1057000 people. In summer the city from the abundance of green grass, flowers and trees. In winter, ice covers Ottawa, and people go to work on skating on urban rivers.
The city offers a lot of fun for everyone. In the squares by the National Orchestra and various ensembles performing classical music. You can go to the speech of the Royal Ballet, and you can visit a number of special centers and shops where you can buy a variety of things. In Ottawa, many exhibition halls, galleries and seats for the rest. For example, the Gatineau Park, where you can ride a bike, swim in the pool, enjoy picnics, and winter skiing.
In this city, during the second world war, took refuge royal family. Now it annually sends a gift to the city several thousands of tulips, and every spring tulip festival is held here. When is this festival, the city literally blossoms.
The city is famous for its universities, the Royal Scientific Society, as well as research and development center of nuclear energy. Developed radio-electronics, printing and instrument industry.

Tower of the World Library. Ottawa A monument to veterans of the war with the Indians The tower in the world. Ottawa Area The river crosses the Ottawa Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica
Peace Tower is a symbol of Ottawa. Library of the Parliament of Canada. A monument to veterans of the war with the Indians. In the central area of Ottawa. The river crosses the Ottawa. Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica