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Numbers that are underlined & in red are Fibonacci numbers.

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(1) This is an image of the skylight in Room 210 of the Court of Queen's Bench in the Law Courts Bldg. in Winnipeg. This building was built in the period of 1911 to 1915. The architect was Victor Horwood.

The figure inside the red rectangle is similar to the numeral 5, and the one inside the green rectangle is similar to the numeral 2.


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In image A below, the sum of the digits inside:

     (a) the red figure is three 5's plus one 2 = 17
     (b) the green figure is three 5's plus one 2 = 17

Combining the values inside the two figures results in a total of 17 + 17 = 34.

Image A


In image B (that has been rotated 90 deg. to the right), the sum of the digits inside:

     (a) the blue figure is four 2's = 8
     (a) the yellow figure is four 2's = 8

Image B


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To view similarities between this skylight and the skylight of the Manitoba Legislative Bldg., see item #7 on the new site after clicking here.

For additional images of the courtroom, click here..


(2) This view shows an image that appears on the underside of one of the marble staircases within the Law Courts Bldg. in Winnipeg.


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(3) This is the former property of Thomas Kelly that is located on Carlton St. in Winnipeg.  It is alleged that Kelly stole these columns from the Legislative Bldg. site during its construction.


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(4) This scroll (Vitruvian?) is located on the exterior wall of the
Winnipeg Auditorium.


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