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  Lunenburg, Nova Scotia - Archiplanet
Lunenburg (2006 population: 2,317), is a Canadian port town in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.
Lunenburg was founded in 1753 and was named in honour of the King of Great Britain and Ireland, (George August of Hanover) who was also the ruler of Brunswick-Lunenburg.
Lunenburg is the birthplace of the world famous schooner Bluenose and her daughter Bluenose II which remains an important tourist attraction in the town, her home port.
www.greatbuildings.com /wiki/Lunenburg,_Nova_Scotia   (441 words)

  Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (town) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lunenburg (44°22′37″N, 64°19′08″W) is a small town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada approximately 90 kilometres southwest of Halifax, on the Atlantic coast.
Lunenburg was founded in 1753 and was named in honour of the King of Great Britain and Ireland, (George II), who was also the Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg.
Lunenburg is the birthplace of the world famous schooner Bluenose and her daughter Bluenose II which remains an important tourist attraction in the town, her home port.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lunenburg,_Nova_Scotia_(town)   (514 words)

 Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lunenburg County is a county located on the South Shore of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, It ranges from Hubbards to the east and Vogler's Cove to the west.
Following the establishment of Queens County in 1762, Hants County in 1781, and Shelburne and Sydney Counties in 1784, the boundaries of all nine of the counties were defined by the Council of Nova Scotia.
By Chapter 52 of the Statutes of 1863 the Township of Chester in the County of Lunenburg was made a separate District for certain specified purposes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lunenburg_County,_Nova_Scotia   (342 words)

 Nova Scotia Vacation - Nova Scotia Cottage Rental - Nova Scotia Vacation Rentals
Nova Scotia is renowned for its intense coast.
Nova Scotia is becoming more and more a trendy travel destination and the more popular it becomes the more the world is learning about its culture and its history.
Nova Scotia Vacation Rentals are the way to go for folks who like to venture from the beaten path yet still want to be comfortable, happy and well taken care of.
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 Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Nova Scotia
Metis Genealogy The genealogy of the Metis and Acadian of Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Genealogy Network Association Formed to provide access to genealogical resources pertaining to Nova Scotia and support the efforts of the local and county historical societies in the province.
Lunenburg County Surname Registry This registry is made available to anyone researching their Lunenburg County ancestors as a means to contact others researching the same surnames.
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 Lunenburg, Nova Scotia places to stay - the best places to stay in Lunenburg
The Town of Lunenburg, in Nova Scotia, Canada, was formally established in 1753 as the first British Colonial settlement in Nova Scotia outside of Halifax.
Among these are: High Liner Foods Inc., one of the largest fish processing plants in North America; Lunenburg Industrial Foundry and Engineering Ltd., founded in 1891; Scotia Trawler; Adams and Knickle; Deep Sea Trawlers; ABCO Industries Ltd.- founded in 1947 and the Lunenburg Marine Railway one of the largest marine railway complexes in Nova Scotia.
The Town of Lunenburg's 250th anniversary in 2003 is a testament to this.
www.staycanada.ca /Nova_Scotia/Lunenburg   (719 words)

 Lunenburg by the Sea - Faces of Lunenburg - Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management
Captain Moorsom, writing in the 1820s, was surprisingly forthright in many of his observations regarding Nova Scotia and its colonial population.
Germany is stamped upon their broad features and high cheekbones, and Helvetic origin shows itself in the florid complexion, and forms more square and bony than that of the lathy saplings we usually see reared in the hotbeds of America.
He further noted that "the accent is universally foreign, the pronunciation hard to an English ear." In the early decades of the twentieth century the use of German still lingered – but mostly among older folk who used it to discuss matters they did not want their grandchildren to understand.
www.gov.ns.ca /nsarm/virtual/lunenburg/ch12.asp?Search=&SearchList1=12   (349 words)

 Bed & Breakfast,Lunenburg,Nova Scotia
In 1753, the British founded Lunenburg as their first colonial outpost in Nova Scotia beyond Halifax.
The queen of the schooner era was the famous Bluenose, launched at Lunenburg in 1921.
Lunenburg's authenticity is closely tied to its streetscape.
www.kaulbachhouse.com /history.htm   (330 words)

 Nova Scotia's Outdoor Magazine - Outdoor Nova Scotia
Hinterland Adventures and Gear is one of the oldest and most experienced adventure tour companies in Nova Scotia.
All 'Nova Scotia' photo entries should be sent to: favouritephotos@outdoorns.com with your name, address and telephone number.
Interested birders in Nova Scotia are encouraged to add their sightings of rare birds to Speaker's Corner (click on the link below; go to Birding: Rare Bird Alert) when ever they like.
www.outdoorns.com   (634 words)

 Lunenburg County Nova Scotia Real Estate
The climate along the waters of the Atlantic Ocean is relatively mild in the winter and warm in the summers.
Bridgewater is the centre of commercial activity for Lunenburg County and the South Shore Regional Hospital is found in the town.
The Lunenburg Campus of the N.S. Community College is situated in Bridgewater.
www.relocate-canada.com /ns/lunenburg_cty.htm   (1177 words)

 Halifax Nova Scotia Nearby Towns and Attractions: Lunenburg
Lunenburg is one of the coast's greatest fishing ports, and was home to the Bluenose schooner, the undefeated champion of the North Atlantic Fishing Fleet in 4 schooner races (and ended up on the Canadian dime).
Cross Island is 90 feet (27m) high and wooded, and it divides the approach to Lunenburg Bay into two channels, the northern one intricate and encumbered with shoals, while the south channel is wide and safe.
Lunenburg Elementary School (formerly the Lunenburg Academy) was constructed in 1849-95, and is one of the last remaining examples of a network of secondary schools built as part of the Nova Scotia academy system in the late 1800's.
www.foundlocally.com /halifax/Travel/Near-Lunenburg.htm   (1527 words)

 Peer Gallery :: Lunenburg, Nova Scotia :: contemporary art
Gudrun's images draw from the inner landscape of memory and vision in counterpoint to the natural environment of rural Nova Scotia/Annapolis Valley where the artist currently lives.The layering technique of printing/collaging reflect the artists preoccupation with the nature of the creative process as agent for wholeness and transformation.
The inspiration for her work comes primarily from the landscape of the South Shore of Nova Scotia, but also from other sources such as photographs from her travels, life studies and her imagination.
She is currently working on a series of paintings using the often overlooked, microscopic landscape of the forest floor as source material.
www.gathering-of-artists.ca /peer-gallery/intro.html   (979 words)

 Lunenburg, Nova Scotia - Home
In the heart of Nova Scotia's Bluenose Coast lies Lunenburg.
A stroll through "Old Town" Lunenburg engages the senses in a manner not easily found in the modern age.
Lunenburg is a place where every turn in the road and every turn in the weather uncovers something new.
www.lunenburgns.com   (190 words)

 Rental Property: Harbor Watch House : Lunenburg : Nova Scotia, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wind swept by ocean breezes this majestic heritage home was built during the age of sail on a hill over looking the picturesque, historic, waterfront town of Lunenburg Nova Scotia.
The owner of Harbour Watch House, Nancy Rogers has lived in Lunenburg for the past 24 years and during the rental months will be residing in the house next door.
Lunenburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on the South Shore of Nova Scotia Canada
users.eastlink.ca /~nallenrogers   (374 words)

 Lunenburg Nova Scotia Information, Yellow Pages, and more
Our Free Classifieds for the State of Nova Scotia offer items such as used horse trailers, cars, trucks, motorcycles, outboard motors, books, horses, dogs, real estate listings including homes, businesses, and land, apartments for rent, boats and many other items that are for sale by owner.
Our History, Trivia and Facts Pages are populated with interesting, useless and random facts pertaining to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia history, Canadian history, family history and the history of names.
Our Free Message Boards Nova Scotia daily to ensure the appropriateness of the topics for visitors of all ages.
www.hometowncanada.com /ns/Lunenburg.html   (581 words)

 Lunenburg Nova Scotia - Shopping.com
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 Lunenburg Nova Scotia bike tour
Settled mainly by Swiss and German immigrants in 1753, Lunenburg has become one of Nova Scotia's most historic and beautiful towns.
Because of this exemplary preservation, Lunenburg was honored the distinction of becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995.
Lunenburg's colourful waterfront, narrow streets, and captivating architecture radiate the town's seafaring heritage.
www.pedalandseaadventures.com /lunenburg_bike_tour.html   (739 words)

 Peer Gallery, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
The Peer Gallery of Contemporary Art is truly worth a special trip to  Lunenburg, and Nova Scotia's South shore.
In 1995 she made the life  changing step to immigrate to the South Shore of Nova Scotia.
The inspiration for her work comes primarily from the  landscape of the South Shore of Nova Scotia, but also from other sources such  as photographs from her travels, life studies and her imagination.
www.peer-gallery.com   (1119 words)

 eBay - lunenburg nova scotia, Nonfiction Books, Books items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
LUNENBURG COUNTY, Nova Scotia ~ History and Genealogy
DECOYS of NOVA SCOTIA - Shelburne - Lunenburg - E.Shore
Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia - 1950
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 Lunenburg, Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfasts - the best Bed and Breakfasts in Lunenburg
If you operate a Lunenburg Bed and Breakfast / Gite, and your property is not in our lodging / dining database, it only takes a few minutes to add a complimentary basic listing.
Lunenburg is located on NS's South Shore, a short drive from Historic Halifax, The International Airport and Peggy's Cove.
Located at the entrance to Lunenburg where the early settlers came ashore in 1753.
www.staycanada.ca /Nova_Scotia/Lunenburg/bed_and_breakfasts.php   (566 words)

 Nova Scotia Shuttle Service and Nova Scotia Tours by Kiwi Kaboodle
Whether you are looking for a quick trip to the city for the day, or if you want an excellent Nova Scotia sightseeing tour by a licensed and experienced tour guide, come and see what we have to offer.
If you're staying in Lunenburg, Chester or Mahone Bay we offer the perfect service for you to spend a day in the city bustle and then escape back into the unique comforts this area has to offer.
Nova Scotia offers many unique vacation ideas that Kiwi Kaboodle can help you with including budget tours, guided tours to Peggy's Cove, private tour Peggys Cove, customized tour Lunenburg Nova Scotia, van tours to Mahone Bay, van tours Nova Scotia, small group tours of Nova Scotia.
novascotiatoursandtravel.com   (757 words)

 Nova Scotia Vacation Rental, Oceanfront Cottage, Lunenburg Nova Scotia — Admiralty House
Many of our guests have found that our houses are the perfect spot for a group gathering of family and friends or for a special occasion, such as wedding by the sea.
In addition to the joy of experiencing different parts of Nova Scotia, this would also qualify you for our discount for booking two weeks or more.
We are pleased to offer your private window on Lunenburg Bay for weekly or longer rentals (Saturday to Saturday) from April 30 to October 29, 2006.
admiraltyhouse.ns.ca /reservations.php   (535 words)

 Where is the Town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia? - Town of Lunenburg
Nestled between Lunenburg "Front" and "Back" Harbours, on a steep hillside facing south, Lunenburg is admired by many a visitor.
Lunenburg is a quick 92 kms or 57 miles southwest from the capital, Halifax.
Lunenburg has "small town character," yet has easy access to Halifax and South Shore markets, links with the Annapolis Valley, the New England States, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
www.town.lunenburg.ns.ca /view.php?page_id=where   (250 words)

 Lunenburg, Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfast - Lunenburg B&B from Pamela Lanier
Search our database of Lunenburg B&Bs and you'll find detailed listings, current rates, and special deals for bed and breakfasts in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Let Lunenburg be your hub for day trips along the South Shore, Halifax, Peggy's Cove, Annapolis Royal, or Bay of Fundy.
The Rum Runner Inn, located in the historic town of Lunenburg, can take you back to days gone by, when rum-running was a favorite backhaul for Lunenburg captains taking salt cod to the Caribbean.
www.lanierbb.com /lunenburg-nova-scotia-bed-breakfast.html   (348 words)

 Lunenburg Nova Scotia house for sale, 7 acres, gardens, woods
Although there are plenty of deer nearby, the original gardeners wisely chose beautiful varieties that don't appeal to the herd.
The house, a most exceptional dwelling fit for an elevated personage, was built for Father Cossmann, Lunenburg's first Lutheran minister.
A Lunenburg Foundry wood stove with liner adds to the kitchen's cozy comfort.
www.lunenburghouseforsale.com   (626 words)

 Lunenburg Oceanview Chalets - Cottages for rent in Lunenburg Nova Scotia Canada
Lunenburg Oceanview Chalets - Cottages for rent in Lunenburg Nova Scotia Canada
We are just a couple of minutes outside the historic Town of Lunenburg, home to the Bluenose II.
While in Lunenburg visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and see how boat building and fishing has been so important to Lunenburg.
www.lunenburgoceanview.com   (233 words)

 Lunenburg Inn in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Old Town Lunenburg and Area - As one of Nova Scotia's most historic and beautiful towns, Lunenburg's colourful waterfront, narrow streets and captivating architecture are all under a 5 minute walk from The Lunenburg Inn.
Within easy driving distance are some of Nova Scotia's finest white sand beaches - Kingsburg, Hirtles, Rose Bay, take a fishing excursion from the quaint fishing villages of Blue Rocks and Stonehurst or meander along the shore toward Mahone Bay or back to Riverport and down the LaHave River Valley.
Fall is truly a special time in Nova Scotia, warm days, cool nights as well as spectacular colours make cycling, hiking, beachcombing, kayak & canoeing a pleasure.
www.staynovascotia.ca /accommodation/212/index.php   (375 words)

 Nova Scotia's Inns :: Lunenburg Nova Scotia :: Smuggler's Cove Inn
Nova Scotia's Inns :: Lunenburg Nova Scotia :: Smuggler's Cove Inn
Smugglers Cove Inn Lunenburg NS Lunenburg Nova Scotia Inns
Offering a great variety of rooms, the Smuggler’s Cove Inn in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is here to accommodate any of your needs.
smugglerscoveinn.ca   (137 words)

 Lunenburg Hardware - Benjamin Moore Paint - Lunenburg Nova Scotia - Hardware South Shore
Bill and Margaret Towndrow have been keeping the historic town of Lunenburg (a UNESCO world heritage site) and the surrounding area supplied with everyday hardware and paint since 1989.
In November 2007 the store moved to a new location on Victoria Road where access is easy and parking is plentiful and free.
So if you need anything from Benjamin Moore paint for your house to marine paint for your boat; plumbing and electrical fittings to a piece of sandpaper; a single nut and bolt to a box of nails; be sure to come to Lunenburg Hardware – and bring your dog.
www.lunenburghardware.com   (175 words)

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