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Riverport and LaHave River, Nova Scotia, Canada
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View of the Mouth of the LaHave River with Riverport, Ritcey's Cove and Bridge. Riverport is a community, established by German immigrants in 1754. Located on the Lighthouse Route of the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Copyright: Peter Pook
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上传: 26/10/2009
更新: 17/09/2014
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