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Photo: Louis Riel Saint Boniface

A sculpture of Louis D Riel, a prominent political figure during the mid to late 1800's, outside the historic Saint Boniface Museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

A founder of the province of Manitoba, Louis D Riel was the leader of two resistance movements against the Canadian Government and Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald.

A statue situated outside the historic Le Musée de Saint Boniface Museum - helps to immortalize this political and spiritual leader of the Métis people.

Statue of the head of Louis D Riel (1844-1885), Saint Boniface Museum, City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.



Louis Riel Saint Boniface

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Louis Riel Saint Boniface
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Louis Riel Saint Boniface
A sculpture of Louis D Riel, a prominent political figure during the mid to late 1800's, outside the historic Saint Boniface Museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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Rolf Hicker
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cdn_22v_18164-ed.jpg - Louis Riel Saint Boniface
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Canada
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Manitoba
City
Winnipeg

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