Fort Anne National Historic Site of Canada
Fort Anne National Historic Site of Canada has been fortified since 1629, when the Scots came to colonize Nova Scotia. The site maintains a four-star fort built to protect the harbour of Annapolis Royal. One of the most hotly contested pieces of land on the continent, Fort Anne was the site of thirteen attacks and seven changes of ownership throughout history. Today, visitors to Fort Anne National Historic Site of Canada can walk a 1/2 km trail that runs along the fort's earthen walls, explore the 1797 Officer's Quarters Museum and learn more about this historic site in the Annapolis River region of the province.
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