SMALL TOWN LIVIN’ – Lunenburg (pop. 2200) is nestled along the shores of Mahone Bay (the South Shore of Nova Scotia). Originally the area was settled by the French until the arrival of the Loyalists in the 1780’s. Lunenberg is a great stop and a must see along your travels! Check out this historical town and marvel at the colorful buildings, the scenic shoreline, the local retail shops, the artisans and have a taste of some real good cuisine. History abounds in this area. Experience the seafaring life, brush up on the Shipbuilding that once dominated the town, discover the story of the famous fishing schooner “The Bluenose” and even learn about the town’s rum running days. The East Coast really Rocks in culture and history! So …go for it!
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