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Canada Travel: The serenity—and quirks—of Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia

Canada Travel: The serenity—and quirks—of Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia

Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia | To Travel Or Not

Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia | To Travel Or Not

A whimsical and abandoned shack in Nova Scotia built by a Vietnam war dodger. Submitted by Josh Words.

A whimsical and abandoned shack in Nova Scotia built by a Vietnam war dodger. Submitted by Josh Words.

Dockside At Peggys Cove Photograph  - Dockside At Peggys Cove Fine Art Print

Dockside At Peggys Cove

Dockside At Peggys Cove Photograph - Dockside At Peggys Cove Fine Art Print

Port-Royal National Historic Site is located in the community of Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the north bank of the Annapolis River at its discharge point into Annapolis Basin. It is located approximately 0.5 km (0.31 mi) east of Schafners Point and 1 km (0.62 mi) north of Goat Island.The site is the location of the Habitation at Port-Royal, which is a replica of the original French Acadian colonial settlement.

Port-Royal National Historic Site is located in the community of Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the north bank of the Annapolis River at its discharge point into Annapolis Basin. It is located approximately 0.5 km (0.31 mi) east of Schafners Point and 1 km (0.62 mi) north of Goat Island.The site is the location of the Habitation at Port-Royal, which is a replica of the original French Acadian colonial settlement.

Fort Anne, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada | Fort Anne is a four-star fort built to protect the harbour of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. The fort repelled all French attacks during the early stages of King George's War. Now designated a National Historic Site of Canada, it is managed by Parks Canada. A 1/2 km trail runs along the fort's earthen walls, and provides a view of the Annapolis River and basin. Wikipedia

Fort Anne, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada | Fort Anne is a four-star fort built to protect the harbour of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. The fort repelled all French attacks during the early stages of King George's War. Now designated a National Historic Site of Canada, it is managed by Parks Canada. A 1/2 km trail runs along the fort's earthen walls, and provides a view of the Annapolis River and basin. Wikipedia

The Look Off - Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada.  Overlooking the Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy

The Look Off - Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada. Overlooking the Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy

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