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One of Canada’s oldest settlements, this gracious town has a pleasant site overlooking the great basin of the Annapolis River. Acadians reclaimed the marshland by building a dam, across the river with floodgates to control the water level. Twice a day the Bay of Fundy tides rush in, reversing the river’s flow. The quiet charm of the town belies its turbulent past as the site of French-English battles and Acadian struggles. The town’s full-time population is small, but annually it attracts upwards of 100,000 visitors to its historic sites and elegant inns.
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CDN - Annapolis Royal
Famed for its mild climate and the image of its charming apple trees in blossom, which alternate with crops and the meadows where milk cows graze, Annapolis Valley extends over approximately 160km, from Digby to Windsor, along the southwest coastline..
53 Historic-Lane CDN - Annapolis-Royal B0S 1A0
This habitation (French word for "dwelling") is a replica of Canada's first European settlement of any permanence. The collection of dark, weathered, fortified buildings joined around a central courtyard was designed in a style reminiscent ..
323 St. George Street CDN - Annapolis Royal B0S 1A0
A peaceful expanse of green in the centre of town, this fort suffered 14 sieges during the Anglo-French wars. In 1917 Fort Anne became the first National Historic Park (now Site) in Canada. Existing earthworks were built by the French from 1702 to 17..
Hotels Annapolis Royal
3924 Hwy #1 CDN - Annapolis Royal NS B0S 1A0
Featuring a daily continental breakfast and views of dyke-land and salt marshes, this property is located 1.5 km from Fort Anne, a National Historic Park. Oaklawn Farm Zoo is less than 4 km away. It boasts a heated outdoor saltwater pool. Cable TV a..