St. John's
Newfoundland and Labrador
Canada:Travel prohibited
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Mountain
圣热尔韦昂瓦列尔周勃Unexpectedly, Signal Hill can not only be viewed, but also "eaten" [naughty] The blueberries all over the mountains, except for their small size, taste the same as the ones bought in the supermarket.
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Featured Neighbourhood
观海听涛zhhtSt. John's (St. John's) A city in the northern part of the Avalon Peninsula, southeast of Newfoundland, Canada. The capital and largest city and important port of Newfoundland. St. John's has a long history and is a place full of colors. The spirits of risk-taking adventurers, merchants, pirates, and sailors have penetrated into the local life over the years, forming a unique culture here that is worth exploring.
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Lake
圣热尔韦昂瓦列尔周勃Harbourside Park is in the downtown of St. Johns. It is small in area, similar to a park in the heart of the street. It is mainly to commemorate the contributions made by the people of St. Johns in the Atlantic War. There are also two bronze statues of dogs facing the Atlantic Ocean and looking at Signal Hill. The dog is a Newfoundland, and the smaller is a Labrador.
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Featured Neighbourhood
大城小驴In Sydney's most fashionable area, there will be various regional food restaurants from time to time. Immigrants from different countries and different ethnic groups on the street gather here in an orderly manner, and there is a strong business atmosphere everywhere. The street is also very clean.
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Museum
Science & Technology Museum
圣热尔韦昂瓦列尔周勃Johnson Geo Center is closed today, I don't know if it is because of the lack of people on Sunday or winter. The shape of this building is very distinctive, like a collapsed and inclined building.
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Museum
圣热尔韦昂瓦列尔周勃St. John’s Church is the largest Catholic church in Newfoundland and Labrador. It is also considered a large church in Canada. It has a history of more than 160 years. It was originally funded by Irish immigrants. The structure of the church was designed in the shape of a cross. of. There are exquisite stained glass on both sides of the church, and the wooden organ can still make a loud sound. The last picture is the bishop's chair, which is said to have been seated during the visit of Pope II in 1984.