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Old Posted Jul 24, 2013, 1:56 AM
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Originally Posted by kwoldtimer View Post
I think that the new Guelph Civic Museum incorporates an 1850s convent that's up on the hill with the church. I'm hoping to nip over for a visit next week and reacquaint myself with downtown Guelph. Lots of beautiful 19th century stone buildings, as I recall.
In terms of historic buildings I personally believe that Guelph rivals if not surpasses any city in Ontario. It really is beautiful, and is one of the reasons that I chose to spend the remainder of my Ontario there. It also reminds me of a miniature Winnipeg, with the historic buildings, the layout and the rivers. The Church did in fact turn the convent into a museum. A reno/resto that turned out quite nice.
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