Human Rights Museum in Winnipeg

Here is Winnipeg in a short breathtaking video

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Welcome to Winnipeg:


This is in continuation to our video series of world cities. We will continue to another Western Canadian City called Winnipeg from the Province of Manitoba. Just so you know, we have never been to this beautiful before, however, it is on the top of our bucket list of 2017.


Winnipeg is the capital and the largest city in the province of Manitoba. It is also the place of the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine rivers.


Winnipeg is a word from Western Cree meaning muddy waters. The name comes from a nearby Lake Winnipeg. The region was a trading center for Aboriginal people, long before the arrival of Europeans. French traders built the first fort on the site in 1738.


For more information visit the city’s website. If you want information about Tourism in the city, read here. And if you are planning a visit here soon, get some coupons from here.

Things to do in Winnipeg


The top 10 places in Winnipeg are below:


The Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Exchange District

The Forks National Historic Site

Fortwhyte Alive

Hermetic Code Tour in The Manitoba Legislative Building

Journey to Churchill at Assiniboine Park Zoo

Manitoba Museum

Royal Canadian Mint

Thermea by Nordik Spa-Nature

Winnipeg Art Gallery



Every place you visit can surprise you. In our opinion, this city is able to really surprise you. You may not have visited there, I have not visited there. However, those who have visited this beautiful city, talk very highly about this tourist destination. Therefore we strongly recommend remembering this city as a top tourist destination.



In Conclusion

This city is one of the best summer destinations for all age groups. If you are looking for a gateway to enjoy summer, feel free to visit here and Winnipeg will welcome you with open arms.






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