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Prince's Island Park - flowers

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Prince's Island Park is Calgary's central park and one of the nicest area to go for a stroll at anytime of the year. Kudos to the City for doing such a great job with the flowers!

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A: Eau Claire, Calgary

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Eau Claire, Calgary

B: Prince's Island Bridge at night

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Prince's Island bridge makes the connection between Memorial Dr and the downtown core of the city. As...

Prince's Island Bridge at night

C: Prince's Island Park

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Prince's Island Park

D: Calgary Bow River

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Calgary Bow River

E: Peace Bridge in Calgary

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Peace Bridge in Calgary

F: Calgary Centre, Classroom

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Calgary Centre, Classroom

G: Calgary Centre, Lobby

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Calgary Centre, Lobby

H: Calgary Centre, Exterior

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Calgary Centre, Exterior

I: Calgary Sunnyside

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Calgary Sunnyside

J: Calgary Downtown

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