Things to see and do - Ottawa
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Archaeological and historical sites
Sussex Drive. Corner of St. Patrick
Titled The Reconciliation, the monument, which was dedicated in 1992, features two male and one female bronze figures in military dress. They look toward a grove, the symbol of peace, their backs to the detritus of war lying between converging granit..
Towns and villages
A pleasant pedestrian concourse lined with trees and flowerbeds, shops and cafés winds south of Parliament hill. Note the Royal Bank Centre and, at the opposite end of the mall, the attractive Bank of Canada and its Currency Museum, designed by Arthu..
Architecture, castles and historic districts
301 Wellington St.
Canada's Supreme Court occupies a building with green roofs overlooking the Ottawa River. The court itself consists of nine judges, five of whom constitute a quorum. Visitors can listen to a hearing of an appeal if the court is in session, and see th..