The Oodena Celebration Circle at The Forks in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba is adorned with exquisite sculptures which relate to the Aboriginal people. Where the two rivers meet, the Assiniboine and the Red, a natural amphitheatre pays tribute to the 6,000 years of the culture and traditions of the Aboriginal people located around the City of Winnipeg.
The sculptures are embedded into cobblestone formations which are inscribed with pan-cultural legends in conjunction with the constellations. The sculptures armatures act as guideposts for celestial positioning, some which display objects relating to the elements, the sun and the stars.
This is a desirable location for cultural celebrations or a beautiful place for visitors who want to wander the Oodena Celebration Circle while at The Forks and enjoy its beauty. ... continue below the picture...
... The Forks is one of the most important historic sites in Western Canada and attracts thousands of tourists every year.
Sculptures in the Oodena Celebration Circle at The Forks, a National Historic Site, City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.