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St. John's Anglican Church Lunenburg
Canada

St. John's is the second oldest church of English origin in Canada and a Canadian National Historic Site. It has been a place of worship since 1753. Its architectural style is Carpenter Gothic. The church has been fully restored and re-opened in June 2005 after a major fire in 2001. Panorama made in July 2012.

See this book for more information: Churches of Nova Scotia (2004) by Robert Tuck and photographs by Graham Tuck

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