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I haven't been to Canada to see this superb Fenghua, let alo
Guide reading:Royal Hill is the highest mountain in Montreal. The Royal Hill Park, founded in 1870, is a treasure of Montreal. It is planned and constructed by Frederick Law Olmsted, a renowned designer of New York Central Park. It retains the most natural features
There is such a place.
Summer is not far away.
Autumn rolls up the fallen leaves.
This is Canada.
Canadian autumn is never disappointing——
The lofty mountains, the mighty plateau,
Rich valleys, numerous lakes and
Interlaced rivers and scattered islands...
It seems that they are all embraced by the fiery maple leaves.
 
I haven't been to Canada to see this superb Fenghua, let alone autumn!
 
Since the 3rd week of September, the maple leaves in Canada have begun to redden. Along the St. Lawrence River, 800 kilometers from Quebec to Niagara, maple trees, branches and leaves, layered and unfolded, shuttle among the maple leaves to pursue their unique charm and joy.
 
Everyone said that if we had not seen the autumn of the "Maple Leaf State", we would not have seen the real autumn.
 
"Trees and trees are autumn, mountains are only sunset"
Montreal's "Maple" Ten Thousands of Love
 
Quebec is Canada's largest maple-growing province. Montreal, Quebec, is one of the big maple-growing cities. Here, in any street, yard, street park, there is no lack of maple leaf embellishment, or even without deliberate search, there will be pieces of red leaves falling on the shoulders.
 
Because Montreal has a higher latitude, its red maple leaves always come earlier than other places. When the autumn wind does not rise, the mountains and fields seem to be lighted by the "fairy stick" in autumn, from green to yellow, from yellow to red, deep and shallow, layers of overlapping, beautiful...
 
I haven't been to Canada to see this superb Fenghua, let alone autumn!
 
Montreal's Royal Hill Park is one of the places to visit maple trees.
 
Royal Hill is the highest mountain in Montreal. The Royal Hill Park, founded in 1870, is a treasure of Montreal. It is planned and constructed by Frederick Law Olmsted, a renowned designer of New York Central Park. It retains the most natural features of the Royal Hill. Standing on the viewing platform on the top of the Royal Mountains, you can see the beautiful Saint Lawrence River, the golden roof of St Joseph's Cathedral, and the unique Olympic Park architecture. The red and yellow maple leaves around them are also fascinating and lingering.