Sunday, 21 June 2015

Lovely Lunenburg – Part III

We looked at colourful doors in Lovely Lunenburg – Part I and colourfu houses in Lovely Lunenburg – Part II. This time, it’s colourful business buildings. Like this pottery shop… 

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The green building is a pizza place. I’m not sure if the orange building is part of the pizza place or a separate residence. Either way, the two of them together make a really bold statement!

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Lunenburg Academy is one of the more elaborate buildings you’ll see here. It was built in 1894/95 and it’s now the only intact 19th century Academy building surviving in Nova Scotia.

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I think this is my favourite building in Lunenburg – the green is so vibrant!

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This is the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, right on the harbour.

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A bright red folk art shop… this is the building with the boat window planters.

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We drie by the Lunenburg Foundry & Engineering Limited building every time we go into Lunenburg. I never realized that it’s actually a combination workshop/store until I walked by it and stopped to look in the windows. They primarily make bronze collectables and solar castings here. I bought a really cool bronze piece that I’ll be showing you soon.

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A health/wellness/beauty business operates out of this pretty turquoise building.

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Bluenose Lodge – there seems to be a lot of painting going on around here!

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This lovely old red brick building is the court house.

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Just a couple of the many charming inns &  B&Bs in Lunenburg…

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Anyone up for some seafood? :-)

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There are lots of artists in Lunenburg. This is just one of the many art galleries.

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So as you can see, there’s no shortage of colour in lovely Lunenburg :-) Whether your favourite colour is purple or orange or red or green or blue, you’re sure to find it here!

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    1. Kate, it IS just like a rainbow! That's a great description :-)

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  2. So many wonderful building. The turquoise blue house really caught my eye!

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    1. Magali, I love all the gorgeous colours in Lunenburg. It's such a bright and happy town :-)

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