World's Most Colorful Cities: St. John's, Newfoundland

The World’s Most Colorful Cities

This historic stretch of downtown St. John’s is called Jellybean Row: ship captains would assign their homes a distinct candy color to make them easier to spot from the sea.


Newfoundland - Martha & I went in 1977 in our VW van! yes and I lived there in Clarenville same time and later in Goose Bay Labrador.


View from the top of Western Brook Pond Gorge in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada,I grew up here, such beauty


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Fog, Gulls and Bergs - Newfoundland by Hyacinthe Raimbault, via Flickr

Fog, Gulls and Bergs - East Coast Trail, near Green Gulch, Newfoundland, Canada