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"Inukshuk" landmark overlooking the Burrard Inlet and out towards the Pacific Ocean, at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Inukshuk is an ancient symbol of the Inuit culture, traditionally used as a landmark and navigational aid, and also represents Northern hospitality and friendship. Inukshuk is a welcoming symbol visible at nights, as it is illuminated.
Inukshuk is made from grey granite, and was made by Alvin Kanak of Rankin Inlet, B.C.
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