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In this episode of Audio Journeys, Patricia L. Lawrence takes us to the Canadian Museum of Civilization - but not before showing us around the Ottawa area. The museum is located across from Parliament Hill and features such iconic spaces as The Great Hall and Canada's largest single piece of textile art. Friendly and accessible, Patricia Lawrence is a real treat for listeners. She embodies Canada's polite and easygoing attitude. Meanwhile, her audio tour of the museum is informative and thought provoking. A perfect companion for any prospective traveler to Ottawa.

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In 1867 the Dominion of Canada was formed. In 1931 Canada became an independent nation within the Commonwealth. We are exploring Ottawa, Canada's Capital, in the Province of Ontario. Our exploration begins on Parliament Hill and ends across the Ottawa River at the Civilization Museum.
©2009 Travel Radio International Audio Journeys (TM); (P)2009 Travel Radio International Audio Journeys (TM)

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