Port Royal Habitation (crs)

Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
      
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation
      
Port Royal Habitation
Port Royal Habitation

 

Image/s: circa 1982 - 2012  Accesses: 188

 

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The Port-Royal National Historic Site is a National Historic Site of Canada located on the north bank of the Annapolis River in the community of Port Royal, Nova Scotia.  This National Historic Site is the location of the Habitation at Port-Royal.  Port-Royal was founded in 1605 after the French nobleman Pierre Du Gua de Monts spent a disastrous winter in Île-Saint-Croix.  He was accompanied by Samuel de Champlain, Louis Hébert and Sieur de Poutrincourt.  I can not verify the coordinates.  Resolution is not high enough.

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Identifier: 325, Last Accessed: 2017-07-25 11:12:04

 

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Last Modified: Fri Jul 29 2016 09:10:20.

 

 



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