Peace Bridge – Calgary, Canada
Peace Bridge is a bridge that accommodates people walking and cycling across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, opened for use on March 24, 2012. It has the popular nickname "Finger Trap Bridge" due to its visual
Centre Street Bridge – Calgary, Canada
The Centre Street Bridge is an historic bridge in Calgary, Alberta, crossing the Bow River, along the Centre Street. The lower deck connects Riverfront Avenue in Chinatown with Memorial Drive, while the upper elevated deck crosses Memorial Drive as well,
Langevin Bridge – Calgary, Canada
The Langevin Bridge is a through truss bridge in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It connects Downtown Calgary with north-central Calgary communities such as Bridgeland and Crescent Heights, by spanning the Bow River between 4th Avenue South and Memorial Drive.
McHugh Bluff Park – Calgary, Canada
McHugh Bluff Park is an urban park in Calgary, Canada. It spans two Northwest Calgary communities with a portion running along Memorial Drive. Close to the city's centre, the park is a popular place for commuters, joggers and dog walkers.
McMahon Stadium – Calgary, Canada
McMahon Stadium is a Canadian football stadium located in Calgary, Alberta. The stadium is owned by the University of Calgary and operated by the McMahon Stadium Society. McMahon Stadium is located between the downtown core and the University of Calgary,
Olympic Plaza – Calgary, Canada
The Olympic Plaza is an urban park and gathering place in downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It was created as the venue for the medal ceremonies at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. In 2004, over 30,000 people packed the plaza to