From grand edifaces to cobblestone streets and expansive city parks, Winnipeg delivers its own New York City charms without the hustle and bustle
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Pick up a contemporary sofa, a circa 1960s teak hutch from Norway or an arborite kitchen table—Winnipeg’s Exchange District is now home to some of the city’s top home-decor boutiques and design houses stocking new and refurbished furniture.
Cathedral ceilings are a soaring attraction in Manitoba. Gleaming domes and imposing façades dot our urban and rural scapes.
Architectural importance is one of Winnipeg’s legacies. Maybe not as well known as perogies or The Guess Who, but in the city’s 139 year history, there’s been three waves of great architecture.