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Harbour Green Dock, Vancouver, Canada
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On the edge of Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver, the Harbour Green park is the largest continuous waterfront park in the downtown area. Just north of the convention centre and just south of the main marinas, the Harbour Green park even has a dock for leisure craft to moor up to 3 hours at.

Copyright: Sean Wallitsch
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Taken: 28/10/2012
Uploaded: 19/11/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: canada; vancouver; convention centre; burrard inlet; english bay; british columbia; vancouver convention center; seaplane; plane; sea plane; dock; boat; stanley park; harbour; habor; harbour green
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