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Miller Point Peace Park, Dayspring, near Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada
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The Miller Point Peace Park is located in Dayspring, on the East side of the LaHave River, just a few kilometers South-East of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.

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Uploaded: 26/10/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: miller peace park; dayspring; bridgewater; south shore; nova scotia; trails; lahave river
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