Lunenburg


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Lunenburg

(lo͞o`nənbərg), town (1991 pop. 2,781), SW N.S., Canada, on Lunenburg Bay, SW of Halifax. It has a large fishing fleet and a fisheries museum. The district was chiefly settled c.1750 by Germans from Hanover.
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The picturesque port of Lunenburg in Nova Scotia is marking its 250th birthday this year with a variety of special events.
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The 5-foot-5, 145-pound Lunenburg High senior competed for the Leominster/Lunenburg co-op ski team and finished eighth in the slalom and 39th in the giant slalom at the state Alpine ski meet at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area.
The church, considered a landmark and key tourist attraction for summer visitors to Lunenburg, a seaport town, was destroyed by fire in November, 2001.
LUNENBURG -- The Lunenburg Community Council will meet at 6:30 p.m.