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New Victoria, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada - Low Point Lighthouse wikipedia

New Victoria (2001 pop.: 1,093) is a community in Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Regional Municipality.

New Victoria is located west of New Waterford and east of Victoria Mines. It is approximately 10 kilometres north of Sydney.

It is a small, close-knit community which has a small church (St. Joseph's Church-Roman Catholic) and a lighthouse named the Low Point Lighthouse.

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(New Victoria) - Low Point LIghthouse built in 1832
After 1826, the General Mining Association consolidated the various coal mines around Sydney Harbour and greatly increased the shipping of coal to ports on the Atlantic coast. In support of this effort, a lighthouse was built at Low Point in 1832 to aid vessels entering Sydney harbour.
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(New Victoria) - Fort Petrie was constructed in 1939 for the defense of Sydney Harbour.
Fort Petrie is located in New Victoria, on the eastern shore of Sydney Harbour, on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
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2023 - Here's a list of places to go and things to do in New Victoria and its surrounding areas:
New Victoria Historical Society Museum: Start your visit by exploring the local history at the New Victoria Historical Society Museum. Learn about the coal mining heritage of the area and gain insights into the lives of the people who once worked in the mines.

Low Point Lighthouse: Head over to Low Point, where you can visit the Low Point Lighthouse. This charming lighthouse offers stunning views of the coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. It's a great spot for a leisurely walk and some breathtaking photos.

Beachcombing: The Cape Breton coastline is renowned for its beautiful beaches. Take a stroll along the shore, collect seashells, and enjoy the tranquility of the ocean. Dominion Beach Provincial Park, just a short drive away, is a fantastic spot for sunbathing and swimming during the summer months.

Mira Gut Beach: Another nearby beach worth visiting is Mira Gut Beach. It's known for its fine sand and warm waters during the summer, making it an ideal place for a family day out ... Read MORE...

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