View of Halifax Harbour - Stock image

Cairo Citadel, Canada, Dalhousie University, Halifax Regional Municipality, Maritime Provinces

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Stock photo ID:182700772
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'View of the Halifax Harbour, looking from the Citadel. Photo was captured on a December evening, just before sunset.The Halifax Citadel has been commemorated as a nationally significant symbol of Halifax's role as a principal naval station in the British Empire and of the city's importance to Canada's development and evolution from colony to nation. The Halifax Citadel was formally recognized as a significant symbol of Canadian nationhood when it was designated as a National Historic Site in 1951.Also visible is Georges Island, a small drumlin located in the middle of Halifax harbour, was shaped by glaciers which swept Nova Scotia thousands of years ago. Its strategic location and glacial till made it ideally suited to becoming the heart of the seaward defences for Halifax's important naval base.Today, Parks Canada is responsible for the preservation and stabilization of the cultural resources on Georges Island. Although, the island is not open to the public due to the fragile condition of resources. Parks Canada is now preparing this heritage site for future visitation.This National Historic Site of Canada is part of the Halifax Defence Complex.'
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