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Stretching some 7000 km from Newfoundland´s Cape Spear to British Columbia´s Long Beach, Canada encompasses almost 10 million sq/km. Although it is the second largest country in the world, the population has not even reached 33 million. Hence the reason that there are plenty of vast open spaces, fantastic scenery and an enormous amount of wildlife.
The province of Newfoundland includes the island itself and the rugged Labrador on the mainland. Many of its seaside villages began as isolated fishing ports, accessible only by boat and have now grown into larger villages. From the often foggy shores, generations of fisherman have headed out to sea to the Grand Banks that surround Newfoundland, waters that are legendary for cod and dozens of other kinds of fish. This more then anything have has determinded the life and culture of the province.
Here are just a few of Newfoundland´s highlights:
• 1000 year old Viking Settlements
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