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Vancouver is full of beautiful, impressive and awe-inspiring architecture, both historic and modern. These buildings are some of Forbidden Vancouver's favourites.

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British Columbia Beginning, from the mural at the former CIBC Building, 586 Granville at Dunsmuir Street, designed by BC Binning and completed with the assistance of Professor Santagostino in. Vancouver Architecture, Granville Street, L Love You, Venetian Glass, Canadian Artists, British Columbia, Survival, Illustration, Earthy Colours

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver | Daily Hive Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver Vancouver Architecture, Georgia Street, Brokerage Firm, British Columbia, Mount Rushmore, Medieval, Gothic, Survival, Art Deco

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver | Daily Hive Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver

Waldorf Hotel Mural, 1952 (Photo by Commercial Illustrators Ltd. via City of Vancouver Archives - CVA Vancouver Architecture, Bob Mills, Vancouver Seattle, Velvet Painting, Honolulu Hawaii, Street Photo, British Columbia, Black Velvet, Indiana

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver | Daily Hive Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver Vancouver Architecture, Captain James Cook, David Thompson, British Columbia, Centre, Survival, History, Artist, Historia

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver | Daily Hive Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver

Fraser Wilson Mural (Photo by Sean Griffin) Vancouver Architecture, Public Administration, Commonwealth, British Columbia, 1930s, San Francisco, Survival, Tower, Canada

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver | Daily Hive Vancouver

6 surviving vintage murals in Vancouver

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 1: Schools: Point Grey Secondary (1929) Vancouver Architecture, Secondary School, British Columbia, Schools, Mansions, History, House Styles, Grey, Book

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 1: Schools: Point Grey Secondary (1929)

 Pauls Hospital: Historic Burrard Building by Heritage Vancouver Downtown Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Vancouver Architecture, Western Canada, Canadian History, Old Pictures, British Columbia, Scenery, Street View

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 2: St. Paul's Hospital - Burrard Building (1912-13, 1930)

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 3: Heritage Churches: Oakridge United Church (1949) Vancouver Architecture, Beautiful Homes, Ocean, The Unit, Mansions, House Styles, Building, Vintage, House Of Beauty

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 3: Heritage Churches: Oakridge United Church (1949)

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 4: Marine Garden's Townhouses: Mid-century Housing Innovation Vancouver Architecture, Townhouse, Innovation, Mid Century, Building, Modern, Plants, Top, Beautiful

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 4: Marine Garden's Townhouses: Mid-century Housing Innovation

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 5: Gastown Vancouver Architecture, Street View, Canada, History, City, Places, Top, Travel, Beautiful

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 5: Gastown

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 6: The Disappearing Design Legacy of C.B.K. Van Norman Vancouver Architecture, Norman, The Past, Canada, Mansions, History, House Styles, Building, Modern

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 6: The Disappearing Design Legacy of C.B.K. Van Norman

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 7: First block of East Hastings, South Side Vancouver Architecture, Vintage Signs, Canada, Neon, Foods, Google Search, Street, Food Food, Food Items

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 7: First block of East Hastings, South Side

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 8: Terminal Avenue – Industrial Buildings/Vancouver’s Disappearing Industrial Heritage Vancouver Architecture, Canada, Mansions, History, House Styles, Building, Modern, Beautiful, Home Decor

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 8: Terminal Avenue – Industrial Buildings/Vancouver’s Disappearing Industrial Heritage

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 9: East Hastings Street – Heatley to Campbell: A main street for Strathcona Vancouver Architecture, Main Street, Street View, Vancouver Photos, Astoria Hotel, West End, Historical Pictures, West Coast, Old Photos

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 9: East Hastings Street – Heatley to Campbell: A main street for Strathcona

Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 10: Commercial Drive – Grandview’s main street Street Look, Main Street, Street View, Vancouver Architecture, Commercial, Old Pictures, Paris Skyline, History, Building

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Heritage Vancouver Top 10 Endangered Sites 2015 | No. 10: Commercial Drive – Grandview’s main street

This is 1055 Burrard Street, On the right-hand side, you can see St. Apparently this establishment was the Comox Dairy Lunch. Rumour has it they sold as well as milk. (Photo via City of Vancouver Archives, Bu Vancouver City, Vancouver Island, Vancouver Architecture, Plaza Hotel, Most Beautiful Cities, Walking Tour, Old Pictures, British Columbia, West Coast

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This is 1055 Burrard Street, 1956. On the right-hand side, you can see St. Andrews-Wesley United Church. Apparently this establishment was the Comox Dairy Lunch. Rumour has it they sold 7-Up as well as milk. (Photo via City of Vancouver Archives, Bu P513.1)