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Roof of 200 Cordova Street
Canada

This is a rare opportunity to observe the Vancouver skyline from this particular high-security building.

This is a typically cloudy Vancouver day in 2007 at the start of construction of the new convention centre across from Canada Place.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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