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Halifax Real Estate: Nova Scotia Information (part 2)

Inland the topography is typical of the northern Appalachian Region with thick forest covering gently rolling hills of pre-historic rock. Ancient glaciers left their mark on Nova Scotia, scooping out many lakes and depositing boulders helter-skelter across the countryside (especially in southwestern Nova Scotia). Apple orchards, vineyards and other crops fill the Annapolis Valley, the province's agricultural center. The terrain becomes mountainous on Cape Breton Island making for stunning scenery along the Cabot Trail.

Nova Scotia is known for damp and foggy conditions especially near the Atlantic coast. Summer temperatures in Halifax average 18º C in July and dip to an average -5º C in January.

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