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The National Gallery of Canada Ottawa. Statue Maman, by Louise Bourgeois
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The National Gallery of Canada, Sussex Drive, Ottawa. The statue Maman, by Louise Bourgeois. The gallery opened in 1988. It houses collections of painting, drawing, sculpture and photography by Canadian and other other world renowned artists. Across Sussex drive is the Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, the oldest church in Ottawa.

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