L'Anse aux Meadows

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L’Anse aux Meadows, the earliest European settlement in North America (led by Leif Ericsson in the 1000s), is said to be haunted by phantom Viking ships and the sounds of Viking horns and native warriors’ cries, especially on June 23.

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L'Anse Aux Meadows

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51.59566568002489, -55.533457920654314
Division No. 9
Nearest Towns:
L'anse Au Meadow, NL (0.3 mi.)
Cape Onion, NL (4.3 mi.)
Griguet, NL (5.9 mi.)
Raleigh, NL (9.1 mi.)
Great Brehat Bay, NL (11.2 mi.)
Great Brehat, NL (11.2 mi.)
Cook Harbour, NL (14.3 mi.)
Saint Anthony Harbour, NL (14.9 mi.)
Saint Anthony, NL (14.9 mi.)
Cape Norman, NL (15.9 mi.)


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