L'Anse aux Meadows is an archaeological site on the northernmost tip of Newfoundland. Discovered in 1960, it is the only known site of a Norse or Viking village in Canada, and in North America outside of Greenland. The UNESCO World Heritage Site highlights Viking life in North America.

L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, Canada - an archaeological site on the northernmost tip of Newfoundland discovered in It is the only known site of a Norse or Viking village in North America outside of Greenland.

Norstead Viking Site Newfoundland - the huts and buildings at the Norstead Viking Site on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland, Canada have been recreated for tourists to view. The Norstead Viking Site will take you back to the time when this was a Viking Port of Trade and the type of life that they lived in the Newfoundland region.

Recreated huts and buildings stand in the Norstead Viking Village along the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland, Canada with pack ice floating in the harbour in the background.

Bonavista,Newfoundland,Canada Met the nicest people here. Stayed at B+B the owner served, shrimp that he caught, at midnight!

Bonavista,Newfoundland,Canada Met the nicest people here. Stayed at B+B the owner served, shrimp that he caught, at midnight!

Coastline near Trinity | by Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

This one gets the vote for the best name for a Provincial Park. Blow Me Down Provincial Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

L'Anse aux Meadows, archaeological site on the island of Newfoundland, Canada. Discovered in 1960, it is site of a Norse settlement in North America outside Greenland. Dating to around the year 1000, it is the only site widely accepted as evidence of pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact. Notable for possible connection with the attempted colony of Vinland established by Leif Ericson with Norse exploration of the Americas.

L'Anse aux Meadows, archaeological site on the island of Newfoundland, Canada

Fisher's Loft Inn - Port Rexton, Newfoundland

Fisher's Loft Inn in Newfoundland has one many accolades for its classic, understated style.

Newfoundland fishing village

building in deserted newfoundland fishing village, used now by locals as a fishing shack

Kings Cove, Newfoundland

The clock by the door signifies that the resident was a watchmaker. There is no subject of greater interest than the study of how the early settlers managed to build their houses and fit them with chimneys, windows, glass, locks and other furniture s

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