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Vancouver, the largest city of the state of British Columbia, is the most important port not only in Canada, but for the entire West Coast of North America.

The ideal place to begin a visit to Stanley Park and the road around it, from which you have a wonderful view of the harbor, hundreds of private boats, dozens of cruise ships and a multitude of cargo left for the world, loads of lumber, wheat, coal and sulfur.

Vancouver is also a city of theaters and culture. Interesting are also the suburbs, each its own characteristics: Chinatown is the largest in America after that of San Francisco, Gastown, once area deprivation today atmospheres reminiscent Greewich Village in New York.

What to visit

     The Museum of Anthropology (collections of Indian wood carvings, including ancient totem).
     The Queen Elizabeth Theatre and Playhouse.
     Robsonstrasse once inhabited by German immigrants, today the shopping street.

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