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Mutual Protection of Forests and Glaciers: Waterton Glacier International Peace Park. ©NHK 1995
Mutual Protection of Forests and Glaciers: Waterton Glacier International Peace Park

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Waterton Lakes

In 1932 Waterton Lakes National Park (Alberta, Canada) was combined with the Glacier National Park (Montana, United States) to form the world's first International Peace Park. Situated on the border between the two countries and offering outstanding scenery, the park is exceptionally rich in plant and mammal species as well as prairie, forest, and alpine and glacial features.

Place/region Waterton Reserve, Glacier National Park, Canada, United States of America, North America
Series: NHK World Heritage 100
Type: Documentary
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Production: NHK, producer. UNESCO WHC, sponsor ; UNESCO TV, sponsor.
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