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A Stroll Around Downtown Halifax – Nova Scotia
This week I’m dipping into my archives from our time last fall in Halifax, the capital city of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Established when the British moved the colonial capital from Annapolis Royal in 1749 Halifax has a rich maritime history and is a major seaport on Canada’s Atlantic coast.
This collection is just a mish-mash of odd and interesting doors captured during an afternoon doorscursion through the downtown area. The little blue oval plaques seen in some of these shots designate historically significant heritage buildings:
Let me know which one(s) you liked best.
Update 8:00 am April 7 – For those who were wondering, the Foggy Goggle is a bar/restaurant.
As always, I thank you for looking 🙂
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