Calgary The Essential
Built on a flat plain at the confluent of the Bow and the Elbow surrounded by hills and fast-growing residential suburbs, Calgary is one of Canada's most dynamic cities. Oil, agriculture and the automobile industry are behind the prosperity of the metropolis. In addition to hosting the Winter Olympic Games in 1988, Calgary is also famous for its Stampede (rodeo), one of the most popular of Canada.
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