Lunenberg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is closely tied to maritime pursuits such as fishing, shipbuilding and privateering. Many of the trades the original farmers learned in order to become fishermen show up in their home construction and using blacksmith skills in building ships. The 19th century houses are usually timber built and colorfully painted. There are several memorials to fallen soldiers as well as fishermen. A replica of the famous sailing ship "The Blue Nose II is anchored in the Bay.
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Mahona Bay
Aster along the water
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Queen Anne's Lace along water
Black Eyed Susan's at the Academy
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Academy current school for children
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House with "Wedding Cake" facade
Original stone foundation
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Zion Evangelical Church 1772
St. John Anglican Church
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Stain glass in St. John Anglican Church
6 Foot Cod on a steeple top
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War Memorial
Man with his steer--Don't know why!
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"Evil eye"


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