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The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
The famous Banff Springs Hotel in the heart of Banff National Park, is a landmark in the Alpine town of Banff. It has been called Canada's "Castle in the Rockies" for more than 130 years.
The hotel is a former railway hotel of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) .
The hotel burned down in 1926 and was replaced by a new building in 1928. In the late 1960s, the hotel was winterised and could then be opened all year round.
Under the name Banff Springs Hotel, the hotel was added to the register of the National Historic Site of Canada in 1988.
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©UdoSm said:

Sehr schön...
4 months ago ( translate )

Kawasirius said:

Belle présentation, bon dimanche Aschi !
4 months ago ( translate )

Buelipix said:

Ist nicht ganz meine Preisklasse ;-)
4 months ago ( translate )

Keith Burton said:

A very impressive looking hotel.............it looks superb amongst the trees.
4 months ago

Jenny McIntyre said:

Wow what a fantastic looking hotel. It reminds me of a hotel in a film. It's a fabulous looking building. I wonder how many people it can manage to have stay there. It's great having that huge building right in the middle of the forests.
4 months ago