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Fishermen's Memorial in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Fishermen's Memorial and Tribute in Lunenburg, on South Shore of Nova Scotia.  The Memorial forms a compass and lists Names of Sailors (Men and Women) and Ships who were lost at Sea.  "Dedicated to the memory of those who have gone down to the sea in ships and who have never returned - and - as a tribute to those who continue to occupy their business in great waters."

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Uploaded: 10/11/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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