Kingston, Ontario, Canada is a picturesque city right where Lake Ontario meets the St Lawrence River and the 1000 Islands. Known as the “Limestone City”, it is rich in Canadian history dating back to the 19th century. Perfectly located within hours of Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, it is an ideal stop along your travels. The original capital of Canada (known as United Province in Canada) in 1841, it is a city known for being the major military centre in the War of 1812 as well the home of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A MacDonald. Home to 21 National Historic Sites in Canada, many events & festivals year-round and of course Canada’s band, The Tragically Hip. There is always something to do in this beautiful city.
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