Is the capital of Canada.
Some of history
Founded in 1826 as Bytown and incorporated as "Ottawa" in 1855, the city has evolved into a political and technological centre of Canada The name "Ottawa" is derived from the Algonquin word adware, meaning "to trade“. Initially an Irish and French Christian settlement, Ottawa has become a multicultural city with a diverse population.
- Ottawa has a humid continental climate with four distinct seasons - Summers are warm and humid in Ottawa - Snow and ice are dominant during the winter season - Spring and fall are variable, prone to extremes in temperature and unpredictable swings in conditions.
Ottawa is home to many of the world's cultures as thousands of immigrants from around the world now call Ottawa home. The city is probably best known as the nation's capital but has become one of the fastest growing cities in North America owing to the booming high-tech business sector.
To Ottawa can be reached in different ways. For example: by plane, by bus, by car or by boat.
Peace Tower on Parliament Hill, rises more than 300 feet. Is dedicated to the men and women killed in the First World War Canadian War Museum was founded to commemorate the men and women of the Canadian Forces. The museum explores the military history of Canada, including the effects of war and conflict the nation and its citizens.
Canadian War Museum Canadian Museum of Science and Technology Canadian Museum of Agriculture Canadian Air and Space Museum National Gallery of Canada with a collection of European and Canadian art and Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada The Royal Canadian Mint, who is also a museum National Arts Centre, is also a concert and theater complex
Like most of the capitals of the Western Hemisphere, Ottawa - a young city and has a large number of architectural monuments: Old Ottawa jail National War Memorial of Canada Museum of Nature
The primary attraction for most visitors is Parliament Hill. Parliament Hill is in the middle of downtown Ottawa, overlooking the Ottawa River. Not only is the building a fine example of the Gothic revival style, it makes an excellent starting point to visit all other points of interest in the area. Mosaika Parliament Hill Sound & Light Show
Ottawa is a very safe place to live and visit, so if you use common sense it is at least as safe as any other city. There are many tourists in the city, especially in summer months, and there are very few incidents of robbery or assault.
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