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Kingston Town Hall
Live webcam shows Kingston Town Hall – the seat of the local government in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The town hall online, occupies an entire city block overlooking Lake Ontario. As the webcam clearly demonstrates, it represents a monumental neoclassical building with a characteristic tholobate and dome. Its construction was completed in 1844. In 1961, the Town Hall was designated a National Historic Landmark of Canada.
In front of the town hall there is Springer Market Square – the heart of the city, which also fall into the lens of an online camera.
Kingston you see online is a small town located north of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, between Montreal and Toronto.
Modern Kingston in this webcam is a city with a rich history, many churches, ancient buildings, picturesque landscapes and fortresses of the 19th century.
Kingston in web camera has two well-known Canadian universities: Queen’s University and Royal Military College, as well as one college – St. Lawrence College.
Historic Military Site and National Historic Landmark located at Cape Henry, a strategic elevated location at the mouth of the Cataraqui River, where it flows into the St. Lawrence River in eastern Lake Ontario.
Canadian Forces Base Kingston
This state-of-the-art military facility houses the base of the active Canadian Forces, including the Joint Signal Regiment (JSR) and the 21st Electronic Warfare Regiment. In addition, the Museum of Communications is located here.
Royal Military College
Higher military educational institution, founded in 1876.
Italian villa with lush gardens that served as the residence of Canada’s first Prime Minister, John Alexander MacDonald.
A famous historical landmark, built in 1851 as a protective bypass route for the St. Lawrence River.
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Tall and gigantic Roman Catholic cathedral with sonorous bells.
St George’s Anglican Cathedral
A large Protestant cathedral, a striking historical and architectural monument.
The Martello Tower is a historic military structure built in response to the Oregon crisis, which was a tense dispute over the border between British North America and the United States in the 1840s.
Kingston Penitentiary Prison
One of the most famous institutions in Kingston in live camera. In the past, it contained Clifford Olson and Paul Bernando. The Prison Museum is open to the north of the prison.
The building of the famous university is covered with limestone and entwined with ivy. It looks very impressive.
A lively promenade, a place for walking and events in KIngston where the live stream comes from.
Important tourist attractions include the Cataraqui River and the LaSalle Causeway Bridge.
Miller Geology Museum, Kingston Health Museum.
Outskirts of Kingston
To the north of the city center, where the live camera is located, there is the Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area.
It is interesting to visit Wolfe Island, George Pyke’s Strawberry farm, Fruition Berry Farm, Frontenac Provincial Park.