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Fort Edmonton National Historic Site of Canada
Otherwise known as Fort Edmonton Park, the Fort Edmonton National Historical Site of Canada, commemorates the five fur trade posts collectively known as Fort Edmonton. The site is located in of present-day west Edmonton on the bank of the North Saskatchewan River.
The park houses a large collection of reconstructed buildings and artifacts representing southern Alberta's fur trade industry from the late 1700s to the early 1900s. The park features costumed interpreters, lively events, and carnival-esque attractions paying homage to Edmonton's historic origins.
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