The Halifax area has a variety of public spaces, ranging from urban gardens, public squares, expansive forested parks, and historic sites. The original grid plan devised when Halifax was founded in 1749 included a central military parade square, the Grand Parade. The square hosts the City Hall at one end, and is a popular site for concerts, political demonstrations, as well as the annual Remembrance Day ceremony at the central cenotaph. Another popular downtown public space is the timber Halifax Boardwalk, which stretches approximately 3 km (1.9 mi) and is integrated with several squares and monuments. Halifax Harbour is a major port used by numerous shipping lines, administered by the Halifax Port Authority. The Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard have major installations along prominent sections of coastline in both Halifax and Dartmouth. The harbour is also home to a public ferry service connecting downtown Halifax to two locations in Dartmouth. Sheet Harbour is the other major port in the municipality and serves industrial users on the Eastern Shore.
During our trip to Canada to see all the fall foliage this fall season, we checked the famous Peggy’s Point Lighthouse. We heard it’s still an active lighthouse and a must see landmark while in Nova Scotia (since it’s very iconic to Canada)!
Nova Scotia, as the 'ocean playground' in the four Atlantic provinces of Canada, almost all the city rhythms are synchronized with the ocean. All around here are basically surrounded by the ocean. The continuous and zigzag coastline makes every element here full of the ocean and taste. It's the ultimate new way to travel to overlook the vast ocean, experience fly-fishing at sea,
Tourism Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia, which means 'New Scotland', can talk about the green highlands that can be seen everywhere on the way to the paradise of small high-profile travelers, as well as the Bay and scattered houses. The bay is inlaid with shuttle bridges, which can be said to be very eye-catching. There are many pebbles washed up by the tide on the beach. When the tide is rising, it's spec