Lillooet

Lillooet is the main town in the Fraser Canyon and Bridge River Country region of . It was the first native town in the British Columbia Interior, and was briefly the largest town of the Fraser River Gold Rush in 1858-1860.
Photo: Phillip Capper, CC BY 2.0.

Lillooet

Latitude
50.6939° or 50° 41' 38.2" north
Longitude
-121.9337° or 121° 56' 1.3" west
Population
2320
United Nations Location Code
CA LOO
Elevation
276 metres (906 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 5319334488
Geo­Names ID
6945979
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: ليلويت
  • Bulgarian: Лилоет
  • Cebuano: Lillooet
  • Chinese: 利卢埃特
  • Chinese: 利盧埃特
  • Chinese: 尼魯逸
  • Dutch: Lillooet
  • French: Lillooet
  • German: Lilloet
  • German: Lillooet
  • Italian: Lillooet
  • Japanese: リルエット
  • Lithuanian: Lillooet
  • Persian: لیلویت
  • Portuguese: Lillooet
  • Romanian: Lillooet, British Columbia
  • Romanian: Lillooet
  • Spanish: Lillooet
  • Swedish: Lillooet
  • Ukrainian: Лілует

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