Dinosaur Provincial Park in Pictures

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Dinosaur Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located about two-and-a-half hours drive from Calgary, Alberta, that I had the chance to visit last June. And it’s simply gorgeous.

So I’ve decided to let the photos talk for themselves.

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I mean … don’t you want to go already?

4 thoughts on “Dinosaur Provincial Park in Pictures

  1. Hi audrey !

    Could you tell me why it’s called Dinosaur Park ? Did they found a lot of dinosaur bones there ? The pictures are really great ! Did you ever take a photography class ?

    Love,
    Hether

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    1. Hello, Hether!
      Indeed, it’s called that way because they found a lot of dinosaur fossils on the site. Though if you want to see the bones, you have to go to the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller which is a few hours from the Dinosaur Park. I didn’t have time to do both, so I picked the lovely views since it was such a great day! 🙂

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