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Saint-Pierre, St Pierre and Miquelon

Ever since the Napoleonic era, a tiny slice of France has existed in North America. Just off of Newfoundland lie the French Overseas Territories of St.-Pierre and Miquelon islands, which were major smuggling entrepôts during Prohibition. The...

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Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

The 1,800-square-kilometer (700-square-mile) Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the west coast of Newfoundland. Glaciation formed deep fjords and waterfall-rich cliffs here, while coastal towns are lined with sandy beaches...

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The enormous Gaspé Peninsula sticks way into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. At its end, a limestone-and-shale rock formation called the Rocher Percé ends in a fantastic natural arch. The rock forms a national park with tiny Bonaventure...

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Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Québec, Canada

It must have come as a great surprise to early sailors to suddenly find eight sandbar islands stretching some 40 miles through the middle of the vast Gulf of St. Lawrence. The Magdalen Islands, or Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine in French,...

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Nova Scotia, Canada

Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island is home to the Cape Breton Highlands, which jut into the Cabot Strait, and of which 930 square kilometers (360 square miles) are a national park. Spectacular sunsets reflect off the cape’s sheer red...