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Nepean Point
Canada
Nepean Point is nestled on a hill that overlooks the Ottawa River. It features a great view of Parliament Hill, the Locks as well as a distant view of Gatineau, Quebec. Regardless of the season or the time of day, Nepean Point offers a beautiful 360-degree view. Come enjoy a relaxing break and be reminded of what Ottawa has to offer.
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