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Old City Hall, Ottawa
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Old City Hall, 111 Sussex Drive, Ottawa. The original building was constructed in 1958 and expanded in 1990s. The building now houses part of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. It is situated on Green Island on the banks of the Rideau River, alongside the Rideau Falls and overlooking the Ottawa River.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
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Uploadet: 07/05/2012
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