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Wonders of Canada

This is bilingual nation with English and French as official languages. This is one of highly developed nations and has diversified economy. Additionally it is second biggest country by area. The population density with 3.3 per square kilometers is cheapest population and have total population over 34 million.

Being a huge country, it has several lakes, including much of waters. You might have lively land with volcano, earthquakes. With its distinctive style, it has many wonders natural and manmade also.

The Canoe: It’s small narrow vessel, typically human-powered. However, it may also be sails and gas/electric motors powered too. It’s propelled by use of paddles by 2 individuals. Paddles may be single blades or dual blades.

The Igloo: An igloo is snow home type of snow shelter. There are three traditional kinds of igloo. Smallest is temper beam made for just 2-3 days. Next to semi-permanent, this was usually one room dwelling that placed a couple of families. Often there were several of them in a small area, which formed an Inuit village. Largest is made for classes based on events. There could be 5 rooms, holding 20 people inside.

Niagara Falls: The Niagara Falls is voluminous waterfalls on the Niagara River. The drops are 17 miles (27 kilometers) north-northwest of Buffalo, New York and 75 miles (120 kilometers) south-southeast of Toronto, Ontario, between the twin cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Niagara Falls, New York. Says wiki.

Old Quebec: This is neighborhood of Quebec, the capital of province of Quebec. You couldn’t enjoy bike driving untill are residents and employees under permit. Quebec has two cities where upper city is walled fortess situated above river. And lower city was interface, huddled between rivers and waterfalls. Lower City was populated with retailers and craftsmen.