Old Burying Ground

1749 – 1844

The first cemetery in Canada designated a national historic site

Photographs of

Nova Scotia

Located on the west side of Barrington Street, south of Spring Garden Road

GPS location:   44°38'37"N   63°34'20"W

Old Burying Ground plaque, upper half
Plaque upper half (above), lower half (below)
Old Burying Ground plaque, lower half

Plaque: Old Burying Ground
Beyond the iron fence we see Barrington Street, and
part of the Lieutenant-Governor's mansion (under the flags).

Old Burying Ground, Halifax

Old Burying Ground, Halifax

The above photographs were taken on 28 November 2002.

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Old Burying Ground

The Old Burying Ground

Entrance of the Old Burying Ground, Halifax

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First uploaded to the Internet:   2003 January 04