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Church Street Edmonton
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The neighbourhood is famous for its collection of religious assemblies, representing a variety of faith groups. In particular, 96 Street (in McCauley) is also known as "Church Street," and was once cited by Ripley's Believe it or Not as having the largest concentration of churches in the world. - Wikipedia
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