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Statues & Landmarks

First Nations, British and Asian cultural histories make modern Victoria a vibrant, diverse and fun-to-discover city. You’ll discover museums, heritage and historic buildings, statues and sites that echo eras, industries and people of the past.

As the province’s capital, Victoria is home to the sprawling Parliament Buildings, constructed in 1898. Structures like the imposing CPR Steamship Terminal Building speak to the city’s historical significance and Thunderbird Park is home to colourful carved totem poles of Vancouver Island’s First Nations.


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