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Places to visit in Vancouver

When you travel to Vancouver, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Vancouver, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Vancouver to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Vancouver things to do can include exploring Vancouver attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Stanley Park Totem Poles

Before the arrival of the Europeans the First Nation tribes occupied Vancouver and the nine totem poles in the Stanley Park visually represents those days. To prevent weathering the original ones are kept in the museum Robert Yelton, the Squamish Nation artist engraved the newest of them in 2009.

Terry Fox Memorial

Installed in 1984 to be like the triumphant arches of Rome, the monument’s goal was to raise money for cancer awareness with a Marathon run from New Foundland to British Columbia. The run was never completed but the memorial still stands at the entrance of the BC Palace Stadium.

Khalsa Diwan Gurdwara Ross street temple

Designed by Arthur Erickson, this is an award-winning Sikh temple. The temple is a fusion of western and eastern architecture.

Lumberman’s Arch

The loggers had come to Vancouver before the Europeans, and this arch in Stanley Park is made with the help of a trunk of an old tree. The original arch stood from 1912 -1947 and was replaced in 1952. The children have fun climbing up and down the arch.

Holy Rosary Cathedral

One of the finest examples of neo-Gothic architectures, this Cathedral was built in 1900 featuring huge stained glass windows, domed ceiling, clerestory windows and eight balls hanging from the east tower.

Victory Square Cenotaph

To commemorate the death of the Canadian soldiers in World War I, the Victory Square Cenotaph was built in Victory Square. It is a three sided obelisk with each side facing the three streets: Hastings, Pender and Hamilton. Made out of local gray granite, the monument is 30 feet high and Cenotaph in English means old tomb.

Christ Church Cathedral

The oldest Anglican church of Vancouver open was built in 1895 and is preserved as a heritage building.

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