Halifax is a Canadian regional municipality, the largest population center in both the Province of Nova Scotia in Canada. Part of the city was destroyed in 1917 by the Halifax Explosion. Due to the restoration after the explosion, Halifax was considered to be a modern city. The estimated population of Halifax is about 300,000. Halifax Harbor is a huge natural harbor on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. Halifax Harbor is considered to be the second largest harbor in the world after Sydney, Australia, although this claim is also contested by roughly a half dozen other harbors, depending upon how harbor limits are defined. Halifax’s tactical position, economical infrastructure and service have made it the ideal connection to Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. A North American gateway to the north eastern United States, Atlantic Canada and afar.
There is so much to do in Halifax that I only had room for a few. Like Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Lower Deck, Citadel National Historic Site, Pier 21, The Split Crow, Province House, St. Paul's Church, Economy Shoe Shop Cafe, Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, Point Pleasant Park, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia McNab's Island, the Pacifico Bar, Historic Properties, and C.S.S. Acadia.