Where can I find the Northwind database for Microsoft SQL Server 2008

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To hone my Linq-fu , I'm looking for and trying to create/import the Northwind database.  I can't find it; searching only leads me to this website, which instructs me to look for it on the official page, which isn't there.

Where is the Northwind database located?
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