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Tent on hill, Banff National Park, British Columbia, Canada, dusk : Stock Photo
Formed in 1887 by enlarging the Hot Springs Reserve. Became Canada's first national park, and the third in the world. Encompasses 6,641 sq km/2,564 sq mi of wilderness. Also UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tent on hill, Banff National Park, British Columbia, Canada, dusk

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Formed in 1887 by enlarging the Hot Springs Reserve. Became Canada's first national park, and the third in the world. Encompasses 6,641 sq km/2,564 sq mi of wilderness. Also UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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EC0594-001
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Philip and Karen Smith
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The Image Bank
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