Canada is known for its scenic splendor and ten uniquely different provinces. Sprinkled among these diverse regions you’ll find some incredible landmarks.
The CN Tower is the world’s ninth tallest free-standing structure, but the tallest on land in the Western Hemisphere.
Built with the Gothic Revival architectural style from 1824 to 1829, it possesses timeless beauty that will leave you spellbound.
The land that encompasses the falls is split between Canada and the state of New York, in the United States.
It’s one of the country’s coolest landmarks and holds great historical and archaeological significance.
Located in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, the region is characterized by mountainous terrain full of dense trees, turquoise lakes, glaciers and icefields.