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11 Cities In The U.S. That Look Canadian

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Boston and Halifax are home to beautiful public gardens and delicious seafood! The gardens are a great place to sit, stroll, run, or even have a picnic. Restaurants throughout the city serve fresh seafood with a great view.


St. Louis and Winnipeg have a rich music and performing arts culture. Both cities are associated with a number of acclaimed musicians, filmmakers, writers, and novelists.


Portland, Maine, and Moncton are mostly maritime cities that offer a great opportunity to connect with nature, enjoy great food, and relax.


The aesthetics of these two cities overlap in color, layout and architecture. The history of these two cities is also deeply routed in their culture. From Independence Hall to the Canadian War Museum, you can learn so much.


From Dallas's rodeos to Calgary's Stampede, both cities offer a strong cowboy culture. Klyde Warren Park and the Peace Bridge offer a picturesque stroll for pedestrians.