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Dundurn Castle, Hamilton?

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Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Built in 1835, designed by an architect named Robert Wetherall. It was the home of Sir Allan Napier McNab, a lawyer, landowner, railway magnate and Premier of the United Canadas. Sir Allan MacNab was an influence to Hamilton by helping to establish the railway, first bank and representing the area for thirty years in Parliament. Today, the building is home to a museum and upscale restaurant and is a popular City of Hamilton site.






 

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While it isn't tall by any means, it's still a very nice looking historic building, kinda looks like one you might find in Washington, D.C.! 8/10.
 
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