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:: Pictures of Halifax ::

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Halifax, Nova Scotia
In Halifax, it's all about the sea. The city is a wonderful blend of old and new. Founded in 1749, visitors can check out the Citadel, a garrison built in 1856 to protect the city; climb the steps to the Town Clock, built for the Duke of Kent in 1803; or stroll the glorious Halifax Public Gardens, the oldest Victorian gardens in North America, a natural gem in the heart of the city.
Historic Properties, preserved and updated buildings along the waterfront, house shops and dining with a traditional flavour, including fine crystal made before your eyes. Whether you come to shop, dine, visit an art gallery, take in dinner theatre, or cruise the harbour in a Tall Ship, Halifax is an inviting destination.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada
Halifax Citadel
Halifax Citadel
Halifax Citadel
Halifax Citadel
Halifax Public Gardens Park
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Public Gardens
Spring Garden Road
Spring Garden Road
Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery -
the oldest working brewery in North America
Salter St., Halifax
Halifax Harbourwalk
The Piazza at Bishop's Landing
Bishop's Landing
Bishop's Landing
Start of the Harbourwalk
Statue of Samuel Cunard
Halifax waterfront
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Halifax waterfront
Halifax waterfront
Halifax waterfront
Halifax waterfront
Halifax waterfront
Historic Properties
Historic Properties
Halifax Harbourfront
Halifax Harbourfront
NSCAD University
Halifax City Hall
Duke St.
George St.
Halifax Old Town Clock. View from Grand Parade
Halifax City Hall
City Hall Clock Tower
Argyle St.
Halifax Old Town Clock
Admiralty House, Maritime Command Museum
The Dec 6, 1917 Halifax Explosion hurled this 1140 lb
anchor shaft 2.35 miles from the SS Mont Blanc to this park
Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge