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Esterhazy - Saskatchewan
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Esterhazy is a prospering industrial and agricultural community.
- With three potash mines located in close proximity to town, Esterhazy has been aptly named the Potash Capital of the World. It is also home to Saskatchewan's Potash Interpretive Centre and Esterhazy Flour Mill.
The area that is now the township of Esterhazy was first settled by English settlers in 1882, who founded Sumner Parish in the north. Later colonies included the Swedes to the west, Czechs to the southwest, northeast a German colony, northwest a Welsh one, and a Jewish settlement in the southeast, near Wapella. Tourism Saskatchewan

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