The Canadian Museum for Human Rights and Esplanade Riel Bridge reflection in Winnipeg’s Red River.
Museum construction from across the very high Red River.
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Winnipeg’s iconic pedestrian bridge with it’s seasonal restaurant. The Esplanade Riel Bridge crosses the Red River in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba. It’s probably become the city’s most recognizable modern architectural structure, until the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is completed, that is.
From the frozen Red River
Summer view at night
In previous years , the Assiniboine River ice skating trail has run all the way to the bridge, but frazil ice prevented full completion this past winter. The ice skating trail was extended further south down the Red, to make up for the shortfall.