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Completed in 1846, "[the Notre-Dame Cathedral] Basilica is the oldest and largest church in Ottawa and the seat of the city's Catholic archbishop." (Wikipedia)

This view was taken in Major's Hill Park in downtown Ottawa. The National Gallery of Canada is at the northern end of the park. Although the gallery itself is not visible, if you look closely you can see one of the gallery's most famous sculptures, a large bronze spider that sits outside in front of the main entrance.

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