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  • Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, looks like an English city, as its name suggests. Double-decker buses, Victorian architecture, and a number of tea rooms provide the decoration. The mild climate provides gorgeous flowers, as you can see in the Butchards gardens. The Cragdarroch Castle, a magnificent 19th century castle, is amongst the historic sites. The Royal British Columbia Museum tells ...
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  • Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia and is located on Vancouver Island
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  • Victoria's Chinatown is the oldest in Canada. Its entrance is known as the Gates of Harmonious Interest
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  • Thunderbird Park is famous for its totem poles which are works of First Nations peoples
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  • The huge harbour in Victoria is sevred by both ships and planes as a point of entry onto Vancouver Island
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  • This is a boat of one of several companies which provide tours of the harbour and taxi services between the various parts of the facility
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  • Renowned internationally for its floral displays, the gardens are a National Historic Site of Canada
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Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Canada

Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, looks like an English city, as its name suggests. Double-decker buses, Victorian architecture, and a number of tea rooms provide the decoration. The mild climate provides gorgeous flowers, as you can see in the Butchards gardens. The Cragdarroch Castle, a magnificent 19th century castle, is amongst the historic sites. The Royal British Columbia Museum tells the history of the province and country in detail, through the reconstruction of villages, buildings, and typical forests. The Chinese district, typical and joyful, is a complete change of scene.

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