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Lake Louise, Alberta

Deer County, Alberta Red Deer County , but instead gets its name from the nearby Red Deer River. '''Banff National Park''' is Canada's first national park (Canadian National Parks), established in 1885, in the Canadian Rockies. The park, located 120 kilometres west of Calgary in the province of Alberta, encompasses 6,641 square kilometres of mountainous terrain, with numerous glaciers and icefields, dense coniferous forest, and alpine


Selkirk, Manitoba

The Channel Cat Selkirk is advertised as the ''Catfish Capital of the World'', due to the large amounts of catfish in the nearby Red River. This nickname was part of an advertising campaign to entice American (United States) anglers (Fisherman), who travel to Manitoba to fish for trophy-sized catfish. Selkirk is also home to Chuck the Channel Cat, a fiberglass representation of a catfish that measures -


Red Deer, Alberta

the nearby Red Deer River. '''Red Deer Regional Airport''', south southwest of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta, Canada. The airport is mostly general aviation and charter service, but is also served by two small scheduled commercial airlines, with non-stop service to Calgary, Edmonton, and several small communities in Alberta. The Penhold Air Cadet Summer Training Centre is located adjacent to the airport


Winona, Minnesota

Side of St. Paul. The vast white pine (Eastern White Pine) forests in the upper valley provided the forest products that built the towns along Lake St. Croix, Minneapolis and St. Paul (St. Paul, Minnesota); the St. Croix along with the forest reserves in the river valleys of the nearby Red Cedar (Red Cedar River (Wisconsin)), Chippewa, and Rum (Rum River) provided supplies for the building of Winona, Minnesota, Davenport, Iowa, Rock Island, Illinois, and St. Louis


CityRail

South Wales Lawson , and east of Wentworth Falls (Wentworth Falls, New South Wales). The population together with Lawson (Lawson, New South Wales) was 3637 as of 2001 (Census 2001). Bullaburra has a railway station (Bullaburra railway station) served by CityRail's Blue Mountains services (Blue Mountains railway line), a railway siding, and a playground. Two reserves, Red Gum Park and Sir Henry Parkes Park, are nearby, Red Gum Park being on the south side of the town. Minnatonka


Moscow

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Canada

the nearby Red Deer River. '''Wainwright Wainwright (Field 21) Airport''', west of Wainwright (Wainwright, Alberta), Alberta, Canada. The airfield which is owned by the Department of National Defence (Department of National Defence (Canada)) forms part of CFB Wainwright. CFB Wainwright history The '''Baden Hills''' are four


France

. Thomas Paine may have stayed at the inn after he returned from France in 1790 and it is believed that he wrote passages of the ''Rights of Man'' whilst staying at the nearby Red Lion, now Old Red Lion, in St. John Street. The original Angel was rebuilt in 1819 and became a coaching inn, the first staging post outside the City of London. It became a local landmark and was mentioned in ''Oliver Twist'' by Charles Dickens: ''"The coach rattled away and, turning


United States

no plans to develop nuclear weapons. BBC News: US sure of Brazil nuclear plans BBC News. Retrieved on 2010-10-06. Selkirk is advertised as the ''Catfish Capital of the World'', due to the large amounts of catfish in the nearby Red River. This nickname was part of an advertising campaign to entice American (United States) anglers (Fisherman), who travel to Manitoba to fish for trophy-sized catfish. Selkirk


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