Battle Harbour used to be the salt cod capital of the world and the unofficial capital of Labrador. Now, it is a living museum for people from across the world to visit a 19th-century fishing village on a small island in the Labrador Sea.
You can stay in a few restored cottages which were once homes. Come get a taste of a town that was bustling with fishermen and merchants from 1770 until 1992.
St. James Anglican Church, photo by Magicpiano, Wikimedia Commons
Do not forget to snap some photos and take part in the many opportunities Battle Harbour offers!
Photo: Llewelyn Pritchard, Wikimedia Commons