REACHING THE TOP Canadian Landscape Moneda Plata 20$ Canada 2016

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This beautiful coloured coin, engraved 99.99% pure Silver, is the fourth and final coin in the series Canadian Landscape and celebrates some of Canada’s most awe-inspiring landscapes in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountainsis. This coin is a beautiful celebration of that human spirit, amidst the beauty of Canada’s rugged wilderness. Limited mintage at 7.500 pieces!

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País Canadá
Año 2016
Valor Facial 20 Dólares
Metal Plata
Finura 999/1000
Peso (g) 31.83
Diámetro (mm) 40
Calidad Proof
Tirada (uds) 7.500
Certificado de Autenticidad
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Slocan Lake
Slocan Lake is a lake in the Slocan Valley of the West Kootenay region of the Southeastern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is drained by the Slocan River, which flows south from the lake's foot at Slocan City through the Slocan Valley to South Slocan, British Columbia, where that river meets the Kootenay River a few miles above its confluence with the Columbia. It is fed by Bonanza Creek, which comes down the pass from Summit Lake, beyond which is the town of Nakusp on Upper Arrow Lake. In addition to Slocan City (officially now a "village", but usually referred to locally by its old name of Slocan City to distinguish it from Slocan Park and South Slocan), other towns and communities on the lake include the twin communities of New Denver and Silverton, midway up the lake's eastern shore, Rosebery slightly north of them at the mouth of Wilson Creek, and Hills at the lake's north end. To the west of the lake is the Valhalla Range (or "the Valhallas"), most of which is enshrined in Valhalla Provincial Park.

 
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