Nature Notes

February 26, 2010

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton

Filed under: Cityscape,HDR,Ontario — Tags: , — Harold Stiver @ 7:00 am

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton

Built in 1835 by Sir Allan Napier MacNab in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Dundurn Castle became a famous place for entertaining, including the Prime Minister of Canada, Sir John A. Macdonald and King Edward VII of England. It originally had 72 rooms, 42 0f which have been renovated for public visits as it is now owned by the City of Hamilton and is designated as a National Historic Site.

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton

Dundurn Castle, Hamilton

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  1. […] small building behind Dundurn Castle in Hamilton might easily be mistaken for a small chapel. It has been variously suggested that it is […]

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