Lunenburg is a seaside town. This is a town planned during the British colonial period. There are about 400 buildings built in the 18th and 19th centuries, with wooden structures and colorful exterior walls. The signs of the shops on the street are also very interesting, showing all kinds of fish. This is also the launching ground of the famous sailing boat Blue Nose II.
Canada's United Nations World Heritage Town! The old town of Lunenburg established in 1753! It completely retains the British architectural culture and integrates local customs to form a unique culture! I really like the colorful houses in the ancient town! The ancient town of Lunenburg has a population of just over 2,800!
I want to go back the most, a Canadian-style town, colorful wooden seaside houses, old churches, bed and breakfasts, seafood restaurants! Kind and honest canadian! Had a hand-made ice cream! Look at the shipyard nearby!
It completely preserves the pattern of the colonial rule, and the buildings are colorful.
The town is known as one of the ten most beautiful towns in Canada, and some even rank first. The town is close to the sea, and there are various yachts parked in the harbor. Just looking at the yachts is also a sight. The town is not big, and it is refreshing to walk along the beach. There is also a golf course by the sea, wavy ground, green grass, and a large telescope to find your own ball from a distance. When playing, the sea breeze comes slowly, mixed with the smell of light sea water, the sky is blue and the sea is clean. Half-day leisure and fun.