Describe the geographical location, especially the layout and appearance of one of Canada’s largest cities.

Calgary is the fourth metropolis in Canada, located in the province of Alberta.
The city is located in the south of the region, in the region of American steppes. If you drive 50 miles, you will find the famous Rocky Mountain watershed. It held the Winter Olympics in 1988.
For 2017, 1,300,000 residents live in Calgary along with the suburbs.
This economically developing city is growing every year. The city is typically built up for most North American villages: a business center (where there are five dozen skyscrapers, as well as high-rise buildings) and houses located on the periphery (mainly one-story, two-story buildings). The building is mostly monotonous; here you will not find the comfort of old European cities.

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