Charlottetown people are most proud of: Prince Edward Island first, then the Canadian Federation. In 1864, the heads of several Canadian provinces met here to discuss the establishment of a federal state. The assembly hall has been repaired for quite a while, and it is still impossible to visit. The three soldier statues in front of the door are to commemorate the soldiers who died in World War I, World War II, Korea and Afghanistan.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, has a relatively long history for Canada. At that time, European immigrants crossed the Atlantic Ocean by boat, and the area east of Canada came first. The eastern provinces of Canada were the first to gather to discuss and sign an agreement to jointly build a new country. The place of discussion is here, which is considered the place for Canadian patriotism education.
A place worth visiting. Although it is the province of Edward, it is indeed the place where Canada’s unified document was signed
In Charlottetown, the capital of PEI! Provincial Assembly Provical Historical Site, antique and very meaningful educational
Witness to the founding of the country, a historical relic, worth a visit! Install to speed up the progress of the repair work!