Halifax is still subjugated by a star-shaped, hilltop citadel. The city is not only
the capital of Nova
Scotia; it is also the business center
of Canada's Maritime Provinces. Its outstanding
natural port cuts extremely into the Atlantic coastline, with docks, piers, parks, and industry along its whole length.
Halifax Harbor front
Much of the city center harbor in Halifax has a walkway
along its length where inheritance
vessels, small sail boats,
tugs, and ferries approach and leave The "Historic
Properties" area has been refurbished as an eye-catching walker
zone of 19th-century mineral warehouses and old wharf buildings, currently serving as bright shops, artists'
studios, and restaurants
with terraces overlooking the port. The roads are clogged to usual
traffic. The square between two warehouses has been covered to make an evenly striking
Point Pleasant Park
One of the mainly impressive places to saunter in Halifax
Pleasant Park, on the southernmost point of the city peninsula. This natural region features
lofty trees, zigzag footpaths, and grand views
over Halifax harbor and the North West Arm.
Inside the park are numerous past
monuments and leftovers of wartime. The Prince
of Wales Tower is
a encircling stone tower that was built by Prince Edward in 1796. It was the primary
of its type in North America, the prototype "Martello Tower." The
essential idea was to unite soldiers' housing, a store-house, and gun mountings
in an entity able of defending itself.