Autumn in Gatineau and Ottawa - Part three
Ladies and gentlemen,
This is the last series of pictures taken in autumn 2016 in Ottawa. Instead of traveling elsewhere, I decided to discover places I had never seen before in my region during November break. I would like to share these experiences with you and hope you like the following pictures.
This is the Maman Statue between the National Gallery of Canada and Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica, one of the most interesting places to photograph in the capital.
This is the entrance of the Royal Canadian Mint - as a hobby numismatist, this interesting visit was long overdue.
There were several statues and other interesting things to visit in the little garden in front of the Royal Canadian Mint.
This picture was taken inside the Royal Canadian Mint and shows me holding a massive gold bar.
This is another look at the entrance of the Royal Canadian Mint - I can warmly recommend the guided tour of about one hour for only six dollars as well as the great boutique where you will find numerous rare coins.
This picture was taken inside the National Gallery of Canada - the building convinces with its great architecture but the visit of the museum itself was rather boring in my opinion.
This artificial garden can be found inside the National Gallery of Canada as well and was much more interesting than numerous paintings, photographs and sculptures.
This is what most hallways and sections in the National Gallery of Canada look like.
This little fountain can be found above a small dining room close to the main entrance of the National Gallery of Canada - if you want to visit this museum, you should go there on a Thursday between 5:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. because the admission is free during these hours.
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