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Ottawa Library of Parliament
Canada

The beauty of the Library of Parliament is reminiscent of an earlier age, echoing times and personalities long past. Overlooking the spectacular craggy bluffs of the Ottawa River, the Library has been admired by millions of visitors since it opened in 1876.

http://www.ottawakiosk.com/parliament/p_7.html

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