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The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

This tiny fishing community at Cape Breton’s northern tip boasts unrivaled ocean views, regal mountain panoramas, almost surreal sunsets—and what’s rumored to be Canada’s best fish ‘n’ chips at the local chowder hut.

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The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

Canada’s much-admired diversity isn’t just about people, cultures, and languages. It’s also about the spectacular scenery across the world’s second-largest nation. From coves to cathedrals to cliffs, here are some of our favorite vistas.

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The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

Sunny yellow, cherry red, turquoise blue—St. Johns’ pop-art-colored houses, collectively known as Jellybean Row, look especially awe-inspiring clustered in the cliffs of this atmosphere-drenched coastal neighborhood just outside downtown.

from Condé Nast Traveler

The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

Canada’s much-admired diversity isn’t just about people, cultures, and languages. It’s also about the spectacular scenery across the world’s second-largest nation. From coves to cathedrals to cliffs, here are some of our favorite vistas.

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The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

Niagara gets all the glory, but Montmorency Falls—about seven miles from Quebec City—is actually 99 feet higher, and it’s magnificent to behold.

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The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

This brilliantly designed bridge across the Red River—its cables swirling from a single pylon—is a wonder on its own, and it’s nearly rivaled by sunset-washed views of Antoine Predock’s swooping, glass-paneled Canadian Human Rights Museum on the river’s west bank.

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The Most Beautiful Places in Canada - Photos

This 1420-foot limestone colossus is one of the world’s largest natural arches. Looming in the middle of the pristine Gulf of St. Lawrence, it’s a spectacular sight. A 75-minute boat ride from the village of Perce will take you there.