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Sections include wildlife and natural history, aboriginal finds, contemporary art, and historical and cultural exhibits that give a good picture of both Newfoundland and Labrador.The museum has a popular restaurant and some of the best views over the city and Signal Hill.

Inland are miles and miles of moorland and forest studded by lakes and inhabited by moose and herds of caribou.

Because of its location close to the "Grand Banks," some of the world's richest fishing grounds, the island's main livelihood was cod fishing until foreign factory ships so depleted the cod population and habitat that the Canadian government suspended fishing. John's (not to be confused with the city of Saint John in New Brunswick), around which about a fifth of Newfoundland's population lives, is a lively town with a charming provincial feel to it.

Unique wildlife and plant life has adapted to the cold conditions, which are found scarcely anywhere else so far south.

This is one of Newfoundland's most popular attractions, with hiking trails and sightseeing boat excursions in the dramatic landlocked fjord at Western Brook Pond.

The old lighthouse, a provincial historic site, dates from 1843 and was restored around 1870.

Picturesque Trinity is an old fishing and trading town, where the historical character has been well preserved.On its way up the coast, the Viking Trail passes a number of attractions, including the rock formations of Arches Provincial Park and the aboriginal burial ground of Port au Choix National Historic Site, one of the richest archaeological finds in North America.Atop its namesake hill, Signal Hill National Historic Site overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, St. In 1901, Guglielmo Marconi received the first transatlantic wireless signal here.Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, largely for its unique geological phenomena.At Tablelands, a large piece of the earth's mantle was thrust to the surface by colliding tectonic plates, exposing a piece of earth that is elsewhere more than a mile beneath the surface.Dominating the hilltop in sharp contrast to the neighboring 19th-century Romanesque Revival-style Catholic Basilica, St.

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