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Canada Place Point, Vancouver, Canada
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Housing part of the Vancouver Convention Center and the Pan Pacific Hotel, Canada Place was originally the site of Canadian Pacific Railway's Pier B-C before the current structure- the region's primary cruise ship terminal- was built there.

Copyright: Sean wallitsch
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Uploaded: 17/11/2012
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Tags: canada; vancouver; canada place; cruise ship; convention center; burrard inlet; english bay; british columbia
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