standard Top 10 Historical Monuments From Canada Part 1

Canada it’s the second-biggest country on the globe in size and one of the world’s youngest country. It is a home for the 956 National Historic sites. In the following article I will present you the first five of the most popular historical monuments from Canada.

Here are the first five historical monuments from Canada:

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, Ontario

The Dundurn Castle is placed on a height of land known as Burlington Heights. In 1812 during the war, the British Army established a military post at the site. Here you can discover more than 40 rooms on three floors and you can experience life in a grand country home for the MacNab family and the servants working below stairs.

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, Ontario

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, Ontario

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta

It was recognized in 1988 and was a popular spot for celebrities in the 1930’s. One of its most famous guests was Queen Elizabeth II. Styled after a Scottish Baronial Castle, The Fairmont Banff Springs hotel, which is a National Historical Site, is located in the heart of Banff National Park.

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta

Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario

It was recognized in 1925 and has a length of about 125 miles. During the winter a part of Rideau Canal it becomes the longest ice skating rink in the world. The Skateway is 7.8 kilometers long, and begins just near the Canada’s Parliament Buildings. The scenic skating rink extends to Dows Lake, where you’ll find an outdoor art gallery on the ice. In between, warm up at rest areas, where there are toasty fires, hot drinks and tasty snacks.

Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario

Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario

Fisgard Lighthouse, Colwood, British Columbia

It is the first lighthouse on the west coast of Canada. It was built by the British in 1860 and as a historical site was recognized in 1958. It’s placed on Fisgard Island at the mouth of Esquimalt Harbour. It was built on the orders of the Colonial Governor James Douglas.

Fisgard Lighthouse, Colwood, British Columbia

Fisgard Lighthouse, Colwood, British Columbia

Hartland Covered Bridge, Hartland, New Brunswick

The 1,282 foot Hartland Covered Bridge is the longest covered bridge in the world. It was recognized as a historical site in 1977. Was officially opened on July 4, 1901 and it was constructed by the Hartland Bridge Company, which was formed by citizens on both sides of the St. John River.

Hartland Covered Bridge, Hartland, New Brunswick

Hartland Covered Bridge, Hartland, New Brunswick

If you reach in Canada, don’t forget to visit one of these famous and amazing historical monuments. Here is the second part of top 10 historical monuments from Canada.

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