Canada is the second-largest country in the area of the world. There are several forests, lakes, and rivers are occupy almost half of the country. This country has also a rich history. Conventionally it was divided into two types historical and natural. Natural is the first place that includes several national parks. Flora and fauna are also of them that have been preserved almost to their original form. It will also include waterfalls, lakes, and rivers. Historical monuments are museums and also places. Where several memorable have occurred. As well as churches, temples, and various architectural structures. Here is an overview of the Top 10 tourist attractions in Canada.
10. Gros Morne National Park
Gros Morne national park was located on Newfoundland island. This park was founded in 1974 and it is also a UNESCO world heritage site. There is a wide variety of landscapes. There are lakes, waterfalls, glacial valleys, and fjords. On the territory of the park, there is a long-range of mountains that is one of the oldest mountain systems in the world. The uniqueness lies in the fact that in this park you can observe the drift of these continents. In the park, you see the giant wales, moose, deer, and black bear.
9. Wood Buffalo
The national park is located in the central part of the country between two lakes of the Great Slave and the Athabasca lakes. It was cold and long winters but it short and warm summer. On this territory, you can see the meadow plains and grassy prairies. There are wood buffalos that are in the largest herd of this American bison are lives on this continent. Pelicans and Cranes nest here also. There are also Beavers, Moose, Wolves, and deer in this park.
8. CN Tower
This Tower was built in 1975 and it was a symbol of Toronto. I the tallest building in Western Hemisphere. It was also one of the seven engineering wonders in the world until today. This tower is used for telecommunication needs, a revolving restaurant and there is also an observation deck. The observation deck is very important and popular for tourists. All of this floor was made for thick tempered glass. It will allow you to take a walk over the city.
7. Château Frontenac
This castle is one of the best symbols in the province of Quebec. It was opened and built-in 1894, Later on, it was completed several times. In 1980 it was also included in the list of top national historic sites. The author of this project was American architect Bruce Price. It was here that in 1944 Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill is negotiated. Todays these castles are the house of a hotel which is considered one of the most photographed hotels in the world.
6. Heritage Park
Life in western Canada was recreated in the village from 1855 to 1945. This open-air museum was located on 130 acres of land. It is proposed to make a trip by train and carriage. Improvised actors recreate the life of those times. In addition to exploring the old streets that are proposed to inspect the decoration of shops, schools, and houses.
5. Montreal Botanical Garden
This is one of the most famous botanical gardens in the whole world. This park was open in 1935 and in 2008 it was also included in the list of Canadian historical sites. On this territory, there are azalea, Japanese, Rose gardens, Chinese, Alpine gardens, rhododendron garden, English, and gardens of aquatic plants. There are also poisonous plants gardens and the first nations gardens, ducks, squirrels, turtles, and herons inhabit this territory.
4. Royal Tyrrell Museum/Dinosaur Park
This park was located in the province of Alberta which is known as the valley of the red deer river. It was created in 1958 in order to protect the excavation sites of fossil animals. In 1980 this park was also included in the UNESCO List and if earlier finds from the park were transported to museums across the whole country, in recent years it has become the exhibits of Tyrrell Museums. This museum was located near the park. this museum has a rich collection but also has a well-equipped laboratory. This museum has 11 exhibition galleries and in all of them, there is a certain era of planetary development until the appearance of a man.
This fortress was located on Cape Diaman. There is an integral part of the strengthening of this old city. This fortress was built in 1810, but before that, it was a fortification. However, the construction of this fortress was totally man-made and the section was impassable for an enemy. Later on, it was the residence of the first person on this state which is also located here and from 1942 to 1944 there is also a conference that was held here on these walls with the participation of William King, Winston Churchill, and Franklin Roosevelt. Today this fortress is a museum.
2. Parliament Hill
Parliament Hill was located on the south bank of the river in Ottawa and it was also the heart of the city. It is a symbol of national rebirth. It was an architectural complex that is the highest authority of the country sit. Initially, it is the central part that is built in the 18th century later a fire broke it out and it was also destroyed. In 1920 huge complexes waste restored. The highest part of it was called the tower of peace. It was dedicated to those Canadians who are died during the first world war.
1. Niagara Falls
This fall was located on the borders of two countries united states and Canada. The fall part that is located on the Canadian territory is the shape of a horseshoe often these waterfalls are also called that. It was considered one of the most powerful falls in North America. This fall was annually taken from 9 cm to 2cm of Canadian territory. To stop this process there is a whole system of drainage and the canals system has been also created on these falls. Therefore it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Canada.