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The National Gallery of Canada located in the capital city Ottawa, Ontario, is one of Canada's premier art galleries.

Noted works

The largest work in the Gallery is the entire interior of the Rideau Street Chapel, the ornate chapel of a demolished girls' school, which also features Cardiff's Forty-Part Motet.




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