Keeping Guard at the Citadel – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Photo

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Keeping Guard at the Citadel - Halifax, Nova Scotia - Photo

The Citadel in Halifax is one of the main attractions in the capital city of Nova Scotia Canada. It is a living history museum where actors play the role of military personnel and reenact what life was like at the citadel guarding this important port city. A large part of the living history is the tradition of the noon gun. Every day, except for Christmas day, the noon gun is pointed out across downtown and towards the waterfront, is shot off. It’s serious business for these ‘military personnel’ and a tradition in Halifax.

Read more about the Halifax Citadel

Hear about Sherry’s trip to Nova Scotia in Travel to Nova Scotia – Amateur Traveler Episode 414

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by SherryOtt

Sherry Ott is a long term traveler, blogger, and photographer with one goal in mind - to make you wish you were somewhere else. She seeks out unique travel experiences and writes about her around the world adventures on Ottsworld.com. She’s also a co-founder of MeetPlanGo.com, a website and national travel event teaching you how you can take your very own traveling career break or sabbatical.

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