Titanic Graveyard, Halifax- This is where victims of the Titanic are buried.

Titanic Graveyard, Halifax- This is where victims of the Titanic are buried. 100 memorials, including crew members, disputing they did nothing to help. Very interesting site.

puffins

You can see these beautiful and comical Puffins at the Mull of Galloway

hmmm maybe. Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada Titanic Cemetary. Many people don't know that the bodies of those recovered from the Titanic were brought to and buried in Halifax. The city also has an excellent museum downtown with artifacts from the ship.

Titanic's Unknown Child Given New, Final Identity

Many people don't know that the Titanic victims were picked up by Canadian ships. The majority of the 328 bodies are buried in Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Halifax also has an excellent museum downtown with artifacts from the ship.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until 1949, when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until 1949, when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Seastack on Spout Hike, Newfoundland, Canada.

Seastack on Spout Hike, East Coast Trail, Canada (by Rexton). get there and heaps more with this success formula.

Jelly Bean Row is in downtown St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. It’s an area with wonderfully colourful houses — colourful like a bag of jelly beans :-) Many of the homes in Jelly Bean Row are Victorian heritage homes. As you can see, the architecture on this street isn’t fancy. Really, this is just a line of row houses. But don’t the bright colours give them great character?

Jelly Bean Row is in downtown St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. It’s an area with wonderfully colourful houses — colourful like a bag of jelly beans :-) Many of the homes in Jelly Bean Row are Victorian heritage homes.

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