Commemorative Church and Statue of Evangeline, Nova Scotia

Commemorative Church and Statue of Evangeline, Nova Scotia, Canada - Grand Pre Historic Site of Canada was one of the largest Acadian settlements before the Deportation of Acadians in

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.

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada ~ The Waterfront - Quaint shops, musicians singing and playing, restaurants, great harbor views....Definitely a place to spend some time on a trip to Halifax!

Halifax ~ The Waterfront - Quaint shops, musicians singing and playing, restaurants, great harbor views.Definitely a place to spend some time on a trip to Halifax.

Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada°°

Shelburne Nova Scotia has a beautiful waterfront, full of weathered 200 year old buildings.

The Knot Pub in Lunenburg Nova Scotia

The Knot Pub, Lunenburg Picture: The Knot - Check out TripAdvisor members' candid photos and videos.

Titanic graveyard, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Learn About Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

Halifax Explosion Nova Scotia Canada 1917 About 2000 people killed

After the Halifax Explosion in Halifax, Nova Scotia were killed and injured in the worst man-made explosion before the dropping of the atomic bomb in

The Halifax Explosion,12/6/1917, occurred when the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia,Can, was devastated by the detonation of the SS Mont-Blanc, a French cargo ship,fully loaded with wartime explosives after it collided with the Norwegian SS Imo in a part of Halifax Harbour. About 2,000 people were killed by debris, fires, & collapsed buildings.It is estimated that over 9,000 were injured.Until the Trinity test explosions of atomic bombs, it was the largest man-made explosion in recorded history.

The Halifax Explosion occurred on December when much of the city of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada, was devastated by the detonation of the SS Mont-Blanc, a French cargo ship that was fully laden with wartime explosives.

Amazing violinist from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - Natalie MacMaster More

Natalie MacMaster, (born is an award-winning fiddler from the rural community of Troy in Inverness County, Nova Scotia who plays Cape Breton fiddle music.

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