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Halifax & the TITANIC
In August of 1999 I went on a two week vacation to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia with my family. While in Nova Scotia we went to Halifax, and went to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Fairview Lawn Cemetery, a little cafe where I ate a "TITANIC Sub," and passed Cunard Street. I've designed this page to show you these four locations that you may want to visit the next time you're in the greatest city in Canada, Halifax.


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Halifax & the TITANIC

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- To find out about each section, rest your cursor on the Nova Scotia flag.

About the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. A short description, location map, and pics. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
About the Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax. 121 TITANIC victims are burried here. See what I thought, learn the truth of the famous 'J Dawson' grave, it's location, pics, etc. Fairview Lawn Cemetary
The shop where I ate a TITANIC sub, as well as the infamous Cunard Street. The TITANIC Sub, and Cunard Street

Halifax Harbour
Halifax Harbour