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Jesus Statue St Boniface Cathedral Cemetery Winnipeg Manitoba
A statue of Jesus adorned in a bright red cloak, stands in the cemetery at the St. Boniface Cathedral in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada.
On the cemetery grounds at the St. Boniface Cathedral in St. Boniface in Winnipeg City, Manitoba, a colorful statue of Jesus has been erected. Adorned in a red cloak and mounted on blue pedestal atop a large rock, the statue of Jesus has become one that is pho ...
Saint Boniface Museum Entrance Winnipeg City Manitoba
Tall trees in the pristine gardens of the Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba tower over the area before visitors make their way to the entrance.
Formerly the Grey Nuns Convent, now home to the Saint Boniface Museum in theCity of Winnipeg, Manitoba, this historic building was built in the years between 1845 and 1851. Inside the museum, visitors will find a rare collection of artifacts dating back to the Fr ...
St Boniface Museum
The St Boniface Museum is situated in St Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, North America.
St Boniface Museum, St Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, North America.
Saint Boniface Museum Facade Winnipeg City Manitoba
The facade on the Saint Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba displays how buildings were built in the middle of the 19th century. The blossoming hedge adorned in pink flowers is an added attraction to the facade of this historic building.
The windows on the facade of the Saint Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba date back to the years of its construction between 1845 and 1851. Green wooden shutters adorn each window with the old styled design of squares making up the panes of glass.
Saint Boniface Museum Winnipeg City Manitoba
The grounds and exterior of the Saint Boniface Museum, the former Grey Nuns Convent in St. Boniface in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The Saint Boniface Museum, formerly the Grey Nuns' Convent, is the oldest building in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada. This historic building was built between 1845 and 1851 for the Grey Nuns who came to the Red River Colony and is now home to the museum ...