ANNAPOLIS VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOUNDATION
Annapolis Royal is the oldest permanent European settlement in North America north of Florida. First called Port Royal by Samuel de Champlain, it was the administrative and military centre of Acadie until its final capture by the British in 1710. Renamed in honour of Queen Anne, the spectacular little town served as Nova Scotia's capital until the founding of Halifax in 1749.
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