Canada's Atlantic Coast Photo Gallery

 
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With its lofty lighthouse and quaint fishing village lining the shore of Margaret's Bay, Peggy's Cove is the most-photographed place in Atlantic Canada.  
Credit: Tourism Nova Scotia 
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More than a thousand icebergs are estimated to float through the waters off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador each year, gradually disappearing as they melt.  
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'The only time they were off the Island was when they were up a tree.' Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest and most pastoral province, hooks both residents and visitors on its natural beauty.  
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Legend has it that an island off the coast of Nova Scotia contains the buried treasure of Captain William Kidd. An explorer tried to unearth the Scottish pirate's riches in 1795, but gave up after 25 feet of digging. Hence, the 'Money Pit' remains...or so they say.  
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In 1912, the ill-fated Titanic sank northeast of Halifax. Many of its victims are buried at local cemeteries, their graves marked by small, black headstones.  
Credit: Tourism Nova Scotia 
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More is better in the Maritimes. New Brunswick holds claim to some of world's most bizarre superlatives, including the World's Largest Wooden Nickel.  
Credit: Rosemary Withers 
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'I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes and the Alps, and the Highlands of Scotland; but for simple beauty, Cape Breton outrivals them all.' —Alexander Graham Bell  
Credit: Tourism Nova Scotia 
 
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