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[North America Travel] Canada: Prince Rupert Recommended tourist spot information

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Prince Rupert is a popular tourist spot for tourists, so we will introduce some information about it. A city in British Columbia, Canada. It is Canada’s westernmost port town facing the Pacific Ocean and has a population of 12,800. There are many popular tourist attractions. It is the second largest coastal city on the West Coast after Vancouver. It is also a port town where many ferries arrive and depart.

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Location

Prince Rupert is the westernmost point of Canada, bordering the United States. It’s a coastal city, so it’s right on the coast. Alaska is also nearby, so it is recommended for sightseeing as well. The area around the airport is full of nature, and there are not many hotels or restaurants.

Language

It is said that more than 99% of people speak English. Other than that, about 1% of people speak Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Portuguese, etc.

Climate

Summers are cool, winters are long, and the humidity is high throughout the very cold years. Temperatures vary from 0 ° C to 17 ° C, but rarely fall below -8 ° C or above 20 ° C. It is classified as a marine west coast climate and has temperate rainforests. It is said to be a city where rainbows are often seen.

History

In the 1800s, factories were scattered along the coast. A trading post has also been set up, and there is evidence of frequent trade. The city of Prince Rupert was born in 1910. During World War II, it was used as a stopover for the transportation of goods, and often went through this city for loading supplies.

Sightseeing Spot 1: Winista Railway Station Museum

The museum is based on the station building of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway era. Prince Rupert Station is nearby.

Sightseeing Spot 2: Northern British Columbia Museum

A museum near the harbor of Prince Rupert. It is a museum where many traditional crafts, costumes and masks of the indigenous peoples of Canada are exhibited. There is also a museum shop where you can buy traditional crafts.

Sightseeing Spot 3: Pacific Mariners Memorial Park

It is a park near the harbor of Prince Rupert. It is a park built in memory of the people who died in the Pacific Ocean, and it is said that it was built because a Japanese in distress was discovered in the sea near here after many years.

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