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Bytown Museum and Rideau Canal Locks

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The Bytown Museum is housed in the Commissariat Building - the oldest stone building in Ottawa which was built in 1827. The Commissariat Building was used as a storehouse, office and treasury during the construction of the Rideau Canal during 1826-1832). Photographed at Ottawa Locks 1-8 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
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The Bytown Museum is housed in the Commissariat Building - the oldest stone building in Ottawa which was built in 1827.  The Commissariat Building was used as a storehouse, office and treasury during the construction of the Rideau Canal during 1826-1832).  Photographed at Ottawa Locks 1-8 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.