The square is not big, but it is both dynamic and static. The free ice skating rink is undoubtedly lively and lively, especially at night. On Christmas Eve, it is brightly lit and full of laughter. The Vancouver Art Gallery at the other end is quiet and thoughtful.
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In front of the main entrance of the Vancouver Art Gallery is Robson Square. UBC has a branch here, so UBC's signboard is more prominent than Robertson Square. In winter, you can skate for free, but now it's summer, and someone is rehearsing dance on the skating venue.
Walked out of the Vancouver Art Gallery and sat on the large stone steps of Robertson Square. Looking up, the extremely clear and clear sky seems to be floating with Monet's pond and water lilies; lowering your head, the crowds in the free skating rink are bustling with each other, conveying an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. Can not help but cherish the beauty in front of me more.
Robertson Square is an ordinary square. Many people are keen on skating here, and it is actually free, which is unimaginable.
Relatively open, beautiful surrounding environment, highly recommended