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Newfoundland And Labrador's 12 Most Beautiful Places
Newfoundland & Labrador was the area where Europeans first made contact with the New World and, amazingly, much of this province feels like it has changed little since that time.
Tall waterfall at Deadman Cove in La Hune fiord Newfoundland by Bryan Allen
A tall thin waterfall in Deadman's Cove in La Hune Fiord on the south coast of Newfoundland. We were there for 2 days and never did see the top of the waterfall due to the endless fog.
Hike the Trail
The East Coast Trail is a coastal walking and hiking experience that takes you to the outermost reaches of North America, along the scenic shores of the Avalon Peninsula in Newfoundland and Labrador. It takes you past towering cliffs, high headlands, sea stacks, deep fjords, and even a natural wave driven geyser called the Spout.
Anne Stine Moe Ingstad (1918-1997)
Creator: National Geographic Society (U.S.) Subject: Ingstad, Anne Stine 1918-1997 Type: Black-and-White Prints Date: 1963 Topic: Archaeology Women archaeologists Local number: SIA Acc. 90-105 [SIA-SIA2008-4294] Summary: Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Moe Ingstad (1918-1997) discovered the remains of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland and was author of The Norse Discovery of America (1977). In this photograph distributed by the National Geographic Society, Ingstad…
The Fighting Newfoundlander
The Fighting Newfoundlander monument at Bowering Park stands in recognition of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment - the "Blue Puttees" - (the only Canadian unit) at Gallipoli and later at Beaumont Hamel where 710 of the 801 officers and men who took part in the assault were casualties.
The Beothuk were one of the historical aboriginal peoples in Canada. The small group of people lived on the island of Newfoundland at the time of European contact in the 15th and 16th centuries. With the 1829 death of Shanawdithit, a woman in her late twenties who was the last known living Beothuk, the people became officially extinct as a discrete ethnic group.
Newfoundland and Labrador Map & Satellite Image | Roads, Lakes, Rivers, Cities
Satellite Image of Newfoundland and Labrador - Map of Newfoundland and Labrador by Geology.com