List of Oldest Buildings and Structures in Kitchener-Waterloo Area

List Of Oldest Buildings And Structures In Kitchener-Waterloo Area

The Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada area has a mixed style of buildings originally located in small towns and farming communities starting from the 19th century. After 1900, commercial and industrial buildings also appeared.

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