City of Calgary is a city of about 1 million and is the largest
city in the province of Alberta, Canada.
The City of Calgary has a long, cold and winters with lots of snow.
The western Chinook winds bring week-long "breaks" that
melt all the snow and ice away and make the winter seem much shorter.
On the contrast, summers are usually hot and dry in Calgary Downtown.
City of Calgary has numerous world-class recreational facilities,
including a legacy from the 1988 Winter Olympics in city of Calgary, Canada. City of Calgary also hosts a multitude of international
sporting events year round and is home to several professional Canadian
Things to do in Calgary
- City sightseeing tours starting from the Calgary Tower with a spectacular view of Calgary, Canadian Rocky Mountains and Prairies.
- Driving through the streets of Calgary viewing the City Hall, Olympic Plaza, Fort Calgary Historic Park - where Calgary was born.
- Strolling through Chinatown, Eau Claire Market Mall, Stephen Avenue, and Devonian Gardens - Alberta's biggest indoor garden.
- Visiting Stampede Park, Saddledome and City Down-town from Scotsman Hill.
- Viewing Calgary Zoo and Heritage Park.
- Visiting Canada Olympic Park - hosted the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.
Useful Links About Calgary, Canada:
* City of Calgary Official web site - www.calgary.ca
* Royal Tyrrell Museum - www.tyrrellmuseum.com
* The University of Calgary - www.ucalgary.ca
* The City of Calgary Tower - www.calgarytower.com
* City of Calgary Board of Education - www.cbe.ab.ca
* City of Calgary Transit - www.calgarytransit.com
* Calgary Canada Public Library - www.calgarypubliclibrary.com
* Alberta Government web site - www.gov.ab.ca
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