The octagonal fortress in the port city of Halifax was once a military fort built by Britain and France during the colonial period in the 18th century. It is now a tourist attraction in Harvard with a weapons museum.
The existing castle was built in 1825 and is one of the largest stone fortresses in North America. Inside the castle are the Nova Scotia Museum and the Arms and Arms Museum. The students in soldier costumes are college students. This is their summer job
The military fortress built by the British more than 100 years ago was used to grab colonies from the French. At that time, Britain and France fought many battles here. It is now a national historical site and a well-known tourist attraction. There are performances every day at noon, so try not to miss it.
Shows the long history here, like friends who go in, it’s best to arrange in advance, tall and magnificent
Very fun, listening to the tour guide's explanation is still a bit interesting