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Ontario – a trip to the multilingual Canadian province

The most densely populated of the Canadian provinces is Ontario, the name of which derives from the proximity of the largest lake of the same name, which separates it from the United States.
Initially, these lands were colonized by the French, but their domination did not last long, because in 1763 Canada became part of the United Kingdom, after which almost three decades needed to turn the region into predominantly English-speaking. Subsequently, it was decided to divide the colony into two parts, and in 1840, as a result of the final split, the provinces of Ontario and Quebec were formed.

Near the province are such lakes as the Upper, Lake Erie and Huron. In the western part from Lake Ontario is Toronto, which is the capital and largest city of the province, at the same time representing Canada’s most important economic center. This modern, multinational city, full of skyscrapers and beautiful historical buildings, is very friendly, where it is pleasant to stroll through the streets of the center, with numerous bars and restaurants. This huge metropolis with a populace of more than 2.5 million people, is amazing with the fact that here people speak more than 150 languages!

Among the symbolic buildings of the city is the CN Tower, which is the tallest building in the world; There are radio and television stations, but also there is a restaurant, bar and two beautiful terraces, from where amazing views of the city open, especially at night, when the city lights up with thousands of shades of neon light.
Unique in its way is also Skydome, also called Dome, which is a famous stadium with a sliding dome. It is mainly intended for playing baseball and football, but there are also frequent concerts and events of any kind.

Visit unique places – the achievements of modernity in your travel in the province of Ontario!

Among the museums of Toronto, you should definitely visit the very unique Bata Footwear Museum located in the fashionable Yorkville quarter. Here you can trace the entire history of shoes, from antiquity to our days. To date, the collection of the museum has more than 12 500 samples of shoes from all corners of the world, including unusual shoes from around the world, also a collection of shoes of famous people. In the permanent collection you can see sandals of ancient Egyptians, medieval footwear, up to modern and design models. The oldest of the exhibits are more than 4,500 years old.

Just two hours of driving from Toronto, you can reach the famous Niagara Falls.
Not far from the St. Lawrence River, the city of Kingston is disposed, thanks to the presence of the University, which is a very youthful and lively place where there are many opportunities for entertainment.

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Northwest territories