Category:Bridges in Edmonton
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|Instance of||Wikimedia category|
|Category combines topics||bridge,|
structure built to span physical obstacles
capital city of province of Alberta, Canada
From top left, the skyline of downtown Edmonton from the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River, the Rowand House in the Fort Edmonton courtyard at Fort Edmonton Park, the Alberta Legislature Building from the northeast, the Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton City Hall and Law Courts from 102A Avenue and 97 Street, a statue of Wayne Gretzky under a pedestrian bridge on the south side of Rogers Place, the High Level Bridge and Dudley B. Menzies Bridge from the north bank, and the Muttart Conservatory from the south, in Edmonton.
|Instance of||provincial or territorial capital city in Canada (Alberta, 1905),|
city in Alberta,
|Part of||Edmonton Metropolitan Region|
|Located in or next to body of water||North Saskatchewan River,|
Mill Creek Ravine,
|Head of government|
|Elevation above sea level|
These items relate to the bridges in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.
- ► Bridges over the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton (10 C, 23 F)
- ► Footbridges in Edmonton (3 C, 16 F)
Media in category "Bridges in Edmonton"
The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total.
- A Panoramic View of Downtown Edmonton, September 2019.jpg 4,032 × 3,024; 3.66 MB
- ETS Bus Route 4 South Campus.jpg 3,840 × 2,160; 3.93 MB