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The 'World's Greatest Places' Were Just Ranked & Two Canadian Spots Made The Cut

One of the places is being called "Canada's cabin capital."

TIME Magazine has just released their annual "World's Greatest Places" list for 2021 and two Canadian destinations have been included on the list of 100 awe-inspiring places.

A small Albertan mountain town, Jasper, made the list and TIME Magazine referred to it as "Canada's cabin capital." According to the highlight, the town has over 400 cottages and cabins.

It's also nestled within the absolutely stunning Jasper National Park, where you can find endless hiking trails and more turquoise lakes than you could ever dream of. Jasper National Park also has the largest camping area out of all Parks Canada locations.

Winnipeg, Manitoba was also included on the list. The city was recognized for having the "largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art in the world," which is located at the newly-opened cultural campus, Qaumajuq.

The local art scene was also shouted out because Winnipeg is home to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the New Music Festival, and more.

Some of the other extraordinary places that made the list include the Negev Desert in Israel, Jaipur in India, Christchurch in New Zealand, and so many more.