A few interior shots of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in downtown Winnipeg, included are some of the amazing architecture and exhibit areas. Highly recommended if you find yourself in Winnipeg, Canada.
Alabaster stone walkways
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights and Esplanade Riel Bridge reflection in Winnipeg’s Red River.
Finally got a chance to photograph the Canadian Museum for Human Rights at night after concentrating on travel images from Eastern Canada. Amazing building and look forward to more detailed interior shots at some point.
Water bus on the Red River in downtown Winnipeg, Canada, with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in the background.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights, nearing completion at The Forks, Winnipeg
Museum construction from across the very high Red River.
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Construction update on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in downtown Winnipeg.
Designed by world renowned architect Antoine Predock, the $300 million dollar Canadian Museum for Human Rights construction site. The somewhat controversial structure is being built at the Forks in Winnipeg, Canada. One of the cities most ambitious projects to date, it is situated on the historic site at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine rivers.
The view from across the Red River in St. Boniface.