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Red Bay Basque Whaling Station - Newfoundland and Labrador CANADA

Red Bay Basque Whaling Station - Newfoundland and Labrador CANADA

Red Bay Basque Whaling Station, Newfoundland & Labrador: The Red Bay Basque Whaling Station in Newfoundland and Labrador became Canada's 17th World Heritage site on June 22, 2013. UNESCO says the station, which was established by Basque mariners in the 16th century, provides the earliest, most complete and best preserved testimony of the European whaling tradition. Gran Baya, as it was called by those who founded.  (CNW Group/Government of Canada)

Red Bay Basque Whaling Station, Newfoundland & Labrador: The Red Bay Basque Whaling Station in Newfoundland and Labrador became Canada's 17th World Heritage site on June 22, 2013. UNESCO says the station, which was established by Basque mariners in the 16th century, provides the earliest, most complete and best preserved testimony of the European whaling tradition. Gran Baya, as it was called by those who founded. (CNW Group/Government of Canada)

NEWFOUNDLAND - LABRADOR: Red Bay

NEWFOUNDLAND - LABRADOR: Red Bay

16th century Basque whale boat, Red Bay, Labrador - bigdogbarking

16th century Basque whale boat, Red Bay, Labrador - bigdogbarking

Historic Whaling Boat Red Bay National Historic Site Labrador

Historic Whaling Boat Red Bay National Historic Site Labrador

Red Bay Labrador - Home Sweet Home. Thats my mom in the pic :)

Red Bay Labrador - Home Sweet Home. Thats my mom in the pic :)

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