Canada Nova Scotia


A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Canada, known for its colorful buildings, rich maritime history, and vibrant fishing community.

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Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is an exceptional example of a British colonial settlement, featuring unique long-standing architecture that dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries. This picturesque town nestled on the southern shore of Nova Scotia, is a well-known World Heritage Site paying tribute to its stunning beauty and cultural importance. Visitors to Lunenburg can explore its vibrant history, enjoy exceptional seafood cuisine and admire the striking view of colorful buildings rising up to the hill above the harbor.

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  • World Heritage Sites in North America

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    Sprawling natural parks with unique wildlife, ancient and mysterious temples, world-renown monuments, and more- the continent of North America is one with a deep history to be uncovered. Explore some of humankind's most famous mysteries and witness nature's magnificence at these UNESCO designated world heritage sites across the massive continent.