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Lloydminster Travel Guide

• A WorldWeb.com Travel Guide for Lloydminster, Alberta.
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Welcome to Lloydminster!

Lloydminster has a unique geographical location where it straddles the provincial border of both Alberta and Saskatchewan. Meridian Avenue (50 Avenue) marks the centre of Lloydminster. All addresses east of Meridian Avenue are considered to be a part of Saskatchewan while all addresses west of Meridian Avenue belong to Alberta. As the only border city in all of Canada, Lloydminster is home to the world's largest border markers. Visitors may find the four, 30-m (100-ft) high giant survey markers in Lloydminster's City Hall. This town, named after the Anglican Bishop George Exton Lloyd, was once a Barr Colony and takes pride in its pioneering heritage as visitors will discover when at the Barr Colony Heritage Cultural Centre, which houses a collection of over 250 pieces of religious and historical artwork. Whether visitors decide to visit Lloydminster, Alberta or Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, there are plenty of exciting and entertaining activities for the entire family to take part in.

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Crocuses Adorn the Prairie Landscape
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