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One of the few, if only genuine Chinese gardens outside of China can be found in Montreal's Botanical Gardens.
The image says more than I could say in several lines. It's one of those things you should see and not read about.
The image shows living sculptures (horticulture works of art) - a woman's head, her hand, horses and a small waterfall. There are many living sculptures in this Botanical Garden. - Metal_Treasure
Interestingly the outline of that visible island in the image is reminiscent to an outline of an F1 Circuit situated in the same country...Appears to be very exotic and a must visit spot for a long vacation... - Arhaan95
I guess you mean the Gilles Villeneuve circuit in Montreal, which is located on an island in the same river but the two islands are far from each other. - Metal_Treasure
(alt. spelling 1000 Islands). It's one of the oldest Canadian national parks.
It's a group of more than 1,800 islands in the St. Lawrence River that stretch for about 50 miles (80 km).
There are campgrounds, inland walking trails, annual family events, a national heritage building, cruises and many more attractions. - Metal_Treasure
It's on Lake Ontario and there are large beaches - Metal_Treasure
Located in Ontario, it is the oldest provincial park in Canada, est. in 1893.
Size: about 7,653 square kilometres (2,955 sq mi) which is about a quarter of the size of Belgium. - Metal_Treasure
This is Canada's oldest national park that was established in 1885. It's located in the Rocky Mountains, in the province of Alberta, 110-180 kilometres west of Calgary.
There's a beautiful lake, Lake Louise, that is glacier-fed and the color of its water is turquoise. - Metal_Treasure
It is a large park in Ontario with Iroquoian heritage site, a canyon lookout, 19 km of trails, a visitors' centre, and of course, a lake.
The image shows the entrance to the Iroquoian village - it's an old authentic Aboriginal village, portraying Native life prior to the Europeans' arrival, turned into a museum.
This old village is one of the most interesting things I've ever seen - from their bedrooms to their graveyards: they didn't bury the dead, they put them on high wooden racks. - Metal_Treasure
It is primarily a wilderness park with many lakes, situated on the north shore of Georgian Bay (central Ontario). - Metal_Treasure
It's a paradise for whale watchers and bird watchers located in Quebec. Also, the tallest Lighthouse in Canada is in this park - Cap des Rosiers Lighthouse. - Metal_Treasure
It's in Quebec.
Fun fact: these falls are actually higher than Niagara Falls. - Metal_Treasure
It's a safari park in Quebec. - Metal_Treasure
It's a Botanical Garden in Toronto. - Metal_Treasure
Amazing park in Canada! Lots of fossils and rattlesnakes. You may even spot a Tyrannosaurus rex skull if you are lucky!