Anaconda, British Columbia

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Anaconda
Anaconda is located in British Columbia
Anaconda
Anaconda
Location of Anaconda in British Columbia
Coordinates: 49°05′00″N 118°41′00″W / 49.08333°N 118.68333°W / 49.08333; -118.68333Coordinates: 49°05′00″N 118°41′00″W / 49.08333°N 118.68333°W / 49.08333; -118.68333
Country  Canada
Province  British Columbia
Area code(s) 250, 778

Anaconda is a ghost town and former mining and smelting centre in the Boundary Country of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, located west of the city of Grand Forks to the south of the confluence of Eholt and Boundary Creeks.[1] Its first post office opened in 1896, named after the smelters and associated company near Butte, Montana.

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