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Old Posted Feb 28, 2010, 5:33 AM
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Downtown in the Capital of Saskatchewan

REGINA - SASKATCHEWAN

Part I: Downtown • Part II: Cathedral Neighbourhood • Part III: Warehouse District, Regina East



























































































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Regina has a very nice downtown. I haven't been there yet this winter, and I'm probably only a 7-10 minute walk away, if that. This thread really reminds me that I should do just that one of these days.

When were you in town?
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Old Posted Feb 28, 2010, 6:09 AM
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Regina is very fortunate to have received the "flar photo treatment" of their downtown!

Great stuff.
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Thanks for sharing!

But you missed my building! (SaskTel head office) Only kidding of course. Nice shots!
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You snagged one of the old apartment buildings I lived in about 15 years ago.

Looks like you didn't fit in a wander East of downtown.
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Old Posted Feb 28, 2010, 12:05 PM
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Excellent shots flar, always enjoy someone else's perspective of our city.

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When were you in town?
I was in Regina for work on the 23rd and 24th. Not a lot of time for pictures, but I snapped some shots whenever I could.

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Thanks for sharing!

But you missed my building! (SaskTel head office) Only kidding of course. Nice shots!
It didn't make the cut, but here it is anyway:



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Looks like you didn't fit in a wander East of downtown.
I did, but that will be for another thread...
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Very nice photos Flar.

Liked the color scheme of this bld:

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Nice pictures. Regina looks like a nice Canadian city. It seems more like an Ontario town on the Prairies, rather than a Canadian version of Montana or North Dakota.

I'm really glad that you're able to visit other parts of Canada. Your threads are always good, and give a nice look that the city that you're in. Being able to see other cities in Canada in your pictures is a nice experience.
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You never fail to impress. Regina is looking good. Thanks.
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A great mix of archtecture. Very nice picutres.

It sure has changed since I was last in Regina. Thanks!
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Great photothread. Some of the best I've seen yet on Regina. I really havent seen much of the city, unfortunately, in person. But, it looks like it has some rich older stock of architecture and I love those swans. Beautiful thread, hope to see more of Regina soon ! Was this your first time in the town?
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It's amazing that this city's metropolitan area/urbanization is smaller than Canton (Ohio)'s. Wonderful shots.
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Great photothread. Some of the best I've seen yet on Regina. I really havent seen much of the city, unfortunately, in person. But, it looks like it has some rich older stock of architecture and I love those swans. Beautiful thread, hope to see more of Regina soon ! Was this your first time in the town?
I think they're Canada Geese.
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Very nice photos Flar.

Liked the color scheme of this bld:

That building looks terrible from the front since the windows inside and under the Greek columns are not centred! (you cannot tell from this angle) It was a 1950s office building that was abandoned for a long tuime renovated a few years ago into seniors home.


Good thread of the city I grew up in!
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^I don't like the building for the crappy colour scheme. Disgusting choice of colours, it makes the building look cheap (that and what looks like faux historic).

Don't worry, Edmonton got it worse: http://www.flickr.com/photos/minissa...81251/sizes/m/
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You're an excellent photographer, flar!
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Awesome photos...but a Sushi Bank?
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Great photos, flar. I was born and raised in Regina, and I think you've captured a lot of the downtown's best features.
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