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Downtown Whitehorse, Yukon, seen from the East side of the Yukon River
Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon Territory, is the largest city in the three Canadian territories, built on the shores of Yukon River.
The city lies in the traditional territory of two First Nations", the Kwanlin Dun and the Ta’an Kwach’an, and boasts a vibrant arts and cultural community.
Its tourist attractions include Miles Canyon, the Whitehorse fish ladder, the S.S. Klondike sternwheeler, Yukon Transportation Museum, MacBride Museum, Old Log Church Museum, Beringia Centre, Yukon Gardens, Takhini Hot Springs, "Log Skyscrapers" and Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (photo) and Department of Tourism & Culture, Government of Yukon.
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