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Regina, Canada

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The Royal Saskatchewan Museum was established in Regina as the Provincial Museum in 1906 to "secure and preserve natural history specimens and objects of historical and ethnological interest." Interstingly, It was the first museum in Saskatchewan, Canada, and the first provincial museum in the three Prairie Provinces.

 


Wascana Centre

Wascana Centre

Wascana Centre is a 9.3 square kilometre park eastablished around Wascana Lake in Regina, Saskatchewan. It joins together lands and buildings owned by the City of Regina, University of Regina, and Province of Saskatchewan. Each of them contains government, recreational, cultural, educational and environmental facilities. It was designed by the Seattle architect Minoru Yamasaki — famous for design of the original World Trade Center in New York City — lining with his plans for the Regina Campus of the University of Saskatchewan. His sharp modernist plan for the University is obvious in the first three buildings of the campus, the laboratory, classroom and library buildings, but the laboratory and library buildings have been substantially altered and the original master plan for the campus has been revamped over time.

 


MacKenzie Art Gallery

MacKenzie Art Gallery

The MacKenzie Art Gallery, originally the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, is located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The MacKenzie Art Gallery has over 100,000 square feet of space, with eight galleries totaling 24,000 square feet. It has high tech technical areas including conservation lab, workshop, preparation rooms and vault, a 185-seat theatre, public resource centre, gift shop and conference rooms. During the summer, the gallery is the site for Bazart, an artistic trade show.  The MacKenzie Art Gallery classifies works first according to cultural and geographic provenance, then by medium, and finally by date of execution and artist's name, letting visitors observe the evolution of art.


 

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Saskatchewan Science Centre

The Saskatchewan Science Centre is an interactive science museum located in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is owned and operated as a not-for-profit charitable organization. The Saskatchewan Science Centre was officially opened in April 1989 as the Powerhouse of Discovery. In 1991 an expansion of the Science Centre brought the Kramer IMAX Theatre to the City of Regina.


 

Government House

Government House

Government House is the name of many of the residences of Governors-General, Governors and Lieutenant-Governors in the Commonwealth and the remaining colonies of the British Empire. It serves as the venue for the Governor's official business, as well as the many receptions and functions hosted by the occupant. Sometimes, "Government House" is used as a metonym for the Governor or his office.

 

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