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The City of Kingston

Engine 1095 with Kingston City Hall     Kingston City Hall with fireworks

Kingston on the eastern end of Lake Ontario, the former capital of the United Province of Canada, is well known for its historic background: Not only the Rideau Canal, along with the fortifications at Kingston, was designated a World Heritage Site, but also the many heritage buildings constructed using local limestone as well as Canada's Penitentiary Museum, Fort Henry and Kingston City Hall just as examples give a good impression of Candian history.

The Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston also can be seen as a symbol of the of military importance of Kingston, which is strategically located at the head of the St. Lawrence River and at the mouth of the Cataraqui River near the border with the United States.

But Kingston has more to offer than its historic and military background: Enjoy its beautiful waterfront, visit the Thousand Islands tourist region nearby, or experience its cultural spirit present at many places in the city.

You will be enchanted by the city’s charm and will find further information e.g. in Wikipedia.

Kingston Waterfront