Fort Anne is
the oldest national historic site in Canada, designated in 1917.
The 1702 earthworks are the earliest Canadian example of a Bauban-style
fort. This was the most attacked site in Canadian history. Over
3000 years ago the Mi'kmaq used the site as a stopping place in
their voyages. In the 1600s and 1700s, the site was the center
of early European colonization.