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Manuel & automatique Canadian images of 2nd largest country in the world.
Nunavut Northwest Territories Yukon
Iqaluit, Nunavut’s capitol (formerly Frobisher Bay)
The Igloo Cathedral in Lqaluit
Arctic Bay, Nunavut
Typical landscape of Nunavut – No trees grow in this région
A Picnic on the Clyde River
From one day to the other – climate changes drastically in Nunavut.
King of Nunavut
Regular show in Nunavut
Typical Inuit sled
Igloo on the tundra in Nunavut
Beluga whales are in abundance in Nunavut
Eureka – annual arctic supply ship
Yellowknife, capital of Northwest Territories
Marina in Yellowknife
ff Northern lights over Yellowknife in winter
Museum in Yellowknife
Inuit school in Coppermine, NWT.
Igloo church in the town of Inuvik
Regular entertainment in the Northwest Territories.
An Inuit family in NWT
Alexandra Falls T.N.O.
Whitehorse, Capital of Yukon
Dawson City, Yukon.
Dawson City, Yukon – Gold rush history
Dawson City, Yukon – Gold rush history
Downtown Dawson City Hotel
Theatre in Dawson CIty
FIN The End ***
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