Fresh flowers often grace the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, an unnamed Canadian victim of the First World War. Towering above ... More
National War Memorial
Fresh flowers often grace the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, an unnamed Canadian victim of the First World War. Towering above are 22 figures frozen in bronze as they rush forward into battle. Nurses, pilots, soldiers and sailors all represent tales of self-sacrifice and courage. Though prominently located in the busy downtown core, this triangle of space becomes the center of attention every November 11 at 11a, when the country marks Remembrance Day in honor of the men and women who paid the ultimate price for freedom.
This museum was established to commemorate the men and women of Canada's armed forces. The museum's mandate is to advance
the study of Canada's military history, including the effects of war and conflict on the nation and its citizens. ...
Built between 1827 and 1832 without the aid of power machinery, the Canal is one of Ottawa's oldest landmarks; it
runs from the Ottawa River near Parliament Hill to Hog's Back Falls on the south end of the city. ...
Located across from Ottawa City Hall on Sussex Drive, these pretty falls mark the end of the Rideau River's journey
from the St. Lawerence River. Although not as spectacular as Hog's Back Falls, the Rideau Falls are still picturesque ...
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