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Sunrise over the Prince of Wales Hotel, Alberta
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The Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton Lake National Park, Alberta was constructed in 1927, by the Great Northern Railway. The building was constructed from local timber, the design inludes soaring roofs, gables and balconies. The hotel has stunning views of Waterton Lake.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
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Uploaded: 16/10/2012
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Tags: hotel; mountain; lakes; forest; outdoors; canadian national park; mountains
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