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Header image by: We Travel The World The old idiom goes, "I'll cross that bridge when I come to it" - but why wait for a chance encounter? As bridges have become a popular subject matter for photographers, we compiled a little list of some of the most intriguing and attractive bridges in Manitoba.
Winnipeg’s first heyday was in the early 20th century when the Manitoba capital had one of the fastest growing economies in North America. There was more construction happening in Winnipeg in 1904 than in Toronto and Montreal combined, which resulted in the country’s tallest building and first
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has made a striking impact on Winnipeg’s skyline. Designed by Antoine Predock, this impressive building’s concept was inspired by Canadian landscapes and features imagery of tree roots and out-stretched wings. Simply put, the museum is an unparalleled