Halifax, although not at all crowded, accounts for 40% of the population in Nova Scotia
Halifax is the capital and most populous city in the Nova Scotia province.
In 1917 two ships collided in the harbor and created the biggest man made explosion ever seen.
One of the ships was loaded with thousands of tons of TNT. 2000 people were killed.
The ship disaster completely flattened two square kilometers of Northern Halifax, in 1917
Halifax public gardens opened in 1867
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse is the most well known in Canada and one of the most photographed in the world.
Fog bound Halifax has gone from old salt port to deluxe destination
Once of the world's largest natural harbors
Canada's Oldest Church
This place rocks!
Bird is the word
A rare example of a formal Victorian garden
St. Mary's Basilica, which contains the tallest spire in North America
A truly unique, picturesque city, which is fast become a major tourist destination
It is believed that local student at Kings College invented Hockey, circa 1800
Just outside the city is pristine wilderness
Lakes, forest and open land
Fairview Cemetery holds 121 victims of the Titanic Disaster
Mount Olivet cemetery hold 19 Titanic victims including J. Dawson who was played by Leonardo DiCaprio.
The girls at Pier 21, a historic site where 1 million people arrived between 1928 and 1971
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Local street entertainment