Category: Port Royal

Port-Royal National Historic Site

This is another restoration that Parks Canada is maintaining.  Close to Annapolis Royal, Port Royal houses the restoration of Samuel de Champlain’s Habitation, where he lived in 1605. It’s much smaller than Fortress Louisbourg but, consider the age difference.  The habitation is 1605, about 140 years older than Fortress Lousibourg. There are people in period costume who can explain a great deal about how the place was reconstructed (1939 – 1941) and what each of the rooms was used for. For me the vital importance of these historical sites is to keep the past from fading away.  There was so […]

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