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Parliament Hill Outside Lawn
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The entire area of Parliament Hill measures 88,480 square metres bounded on the north by the Ottawa River, on the east by the Rideau Canal, on the south by Wellington Street, and on the west by a service road near the Supreme Court. The south front of the property is demarkated by a Victorian High Gothic wrought iron fence, in the centre of which, on axis with the Peace Tower to the north, sits the formal entrance to Parliament Hill: the Queen's Gates, forged by Ives & Co. of Montreal. At each southern corner of the quadrangle are also smaller gates for every-day access.

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Uploaded: 11/02/2009
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