located equidistant from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, at the
convergence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba. Winnipeg enjoys a extremely
lively intellectual life. Several of the attraction include the Forks Market, Assiniboine Park in the summer, and the
The Forks, where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers gather,
is a shopping and amusement region that has been formed inside a number of
significant buildings. The location was once a railway renovate capability, and
over the years, the diverse buildings have been scrupulously restored to
residence a mix of attractive shops and services. Enjoyable walking trails along the riverfront will take visitors over to another of Winnipeg's major attractions, the Legislative Building.
Near the Forks, the Winnipeg Gold eyes play slight league baseball
at the Shaw Park.
Winnipeg's oldest park, Assiniboine encompasses 445 hectares of green lawns, older trees, artistic amenities, and an English garden. The Assiniboine Park Zoo is situated
in its grounds and is habitat to a extensive diversity of animals. Particular
stress is given to creatures of the northern latitudes, although there
are also various unusual species such as the Siberian tiger and red
kangaroo. Other attractions in the
park comprise the steam train and the world famous Leo Mol sculpture