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Canyonlands National Park

[ kan-yuhn-landz ]
/ ˈkæn yənˌlændz /
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noun
a national park in SE Utah, at the junction of the Colorado and Green rivers: site of geologic interest. 527 sq. mi. (1,366 sq. km).
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