Photo Cross-Fades: Heritage and Long-Gone Architecture
photo cross-fades: It allows users to compare the old with the new through historic photo cross-fades, learn about the city's local history and culture and appreciate long-gone architecture, according to Vancouver Courier. On This Spot have partnered with Heritage BC to promote this year's Heritage Week theme The Tie That Binds' and is encouraging people to get out and learn a thing or two about where they're from. Residents can take a step back in time and gain knowledge about the city's heritage with the help of a free historical tourism app called On This Spot.article continues below Trending Stories Rare sight Sea lion rips big fish apart in Fraser River in Vancouver PHOTOS This unique B.C. place receives the most rainfall in all of North America Popular donut-maker reveals plans for permanent Metro Vancouver location Why brunch-time happy hour is a growing trend in Vancouverrelated On This Spot Step into Vancouver's history with this free walking tour app The app, created by Vancouverites Andrew Farris, Sean Edmunds and Christopher Reid, offers users 11 walking tours in Vancouver and 600 then-and-now photo spots to check out. As Canadians, we are fortunate to be able to freely celebrate our rich and diverse heritage, says Edmunds, On This Spot's chief operating officer. It is only through knowledge of what came before that we can truly understand the society we live in today, and the possibilities for our future. At On This Spot we believe there is great value in understanding history, and identifying with people of the past. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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