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Red Bay

Red Bay is a fishing village and former site of several Basque whaling stations on the southern coast of Labrador. Between 1550 and the early 1600s, Red Bay was a major Basque whaling area.  In June 2013, Red Bay Basque Whaling Station was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And for good reason. This mystical place is world-renowned. Red Bay takes the essence of Labrador coastal living and transposes it onto a tapestry of rich culture and history.

 

For more information: southernlabrador.ca/red_bay

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