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Marine Building, Vancouver  Construction began in 1929, and Vancouver had seen nothing like it. It is decorated all over with art deco images of Canada geese, sun rays and marine life. Architect Michael Geller: "If you did a survey, most people in Vancouver would say it is one of their favourite buildings." / www.wildcanadasalmon.com #wildcasalmon

Marine Building, Vancouver Construction began in 1929, and Vancouver had seen nothing like it. It is decorated all over with art deco images of Canada geese, sun rays and marine life. Architect Michael Geller: "If you did a survey, most people in Vancouver would say it is one of their favourite buildings." / www.wildcanadasalmon.com #wildcasalmon

Vancouver, BC,The northeast corner of Columbia and Pender in 1929.

Vancouver, BC,The northeast corner of Columbia and Pender in 1929.

Marine Building | 355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC. 1930

Marine Building | 355 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC. 1930

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Explore colros' photos on Flickr. colros has uploaded 9737 photos to Flickr.

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vancouver marine building - Google Search

vancouver marine building - Google Search

Nine O'clock Gun in Stanley Park   VPL Accession Number: 6233A  Date: 1932  Photographer / Studio: Frank, Leonard

Nine O'clock Gun in Stanley Park VPL Accession Number: 6233A Date: 1932 Photographer / Studio: Frank, Leonard

Built by brewer, rum-runner and bon vivant George C. Reifel in 1930, the Commodore Ballroom is an iconic Vancouver venue. A great example of early Art Deco, the Commodore boasts ornate brickwork, terra cotta decoration and miniature minarets. Its cornice is reminiscent of ancient Islamic architecture found in southern Spain and the Middle East. (Photo: 1950, via Vancouver Public Library)

Built by brewer, rum-runner and bon vivant George C. Reifel in 1930, the Commodore Ballroom is an iconic Vancouver venue. A great example of early Art Deco, the Commodore boasts ornate brickwork, terra cotta decoration and miniature minarets. Its cornice is reminiscent of ancient Islamic architecture found in southern Spain and the Middle East. (Photo: 1950, via Vancouver Public Library)

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