Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta, Canada. Its metro area is home to 1.1 million people and is the northernmost city in North America of at least one million people, and the largest Canadian city farther than 200 km from the US border.
Central Edmonton
Central Edmonton refers to the most urban, dense, and oldest area of Edmonton. The area is best known as the location of the Downtown Core.
Rexall Place is a hockey arena in Edmonton.
South Central
South Central pertains to the urban and central area south of the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton.
South Edmonton
Edmonton's south side began with Edmonton/South Central, but the district explained right now began essentially with the suburban revolution of the 40s/50s/60s.
West End
West End is a part of Edmonton. It is probably most known for West Edmonton Mall, which is the largest mall in North America.
North Edmonton
North Edmonton is a district in Edmonton, Alberta. North Edmonton, due to its massive size, has a large number of major roads.
Fort Edmonton Park is a historic site in Edmonton.
Alberta Legislature is a capitol building in Edmonton.
Downtown is a neighborhood in Edmonton.
Edmonton EXPO Centre is a general entertainment in Edmonton.
Heritage Festival is a general entertainment in Edmonton.
K-Days is a theme park in Edmonton.
Galaxyland is a theme park in Edmonton.
Canada Place is a capitol building in Edmonton.
MacEwan University is an university in Edmonton.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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