St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg,  dates to 1754, is the second oldest protestant church in Canada. The original church design was modified a number of times since its original construction, the most recent occurring in 1870-71 when its present Gothic Victorian interior was constructed. The Church is a well known landmark in Nova Scotia, and appears as a backdrop in the 1998 Hollywood Pictures movie Simon Birch. The Church was designated as a National Historic Site in October 1998. Lunenburg itself is a World Heritage Site.

St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg,  dates to 1754, is the second oldest protestant church in Canada. The original church design was modified a number of times since its original construction, the most recent occurring in 1870-71 when its present Gothic Victorian interior was constructed. The Church is a well known landmark in Nova Scotia, and appears as a backdrop in the 1998 Hollywood Pictures movie Simon Birch. The Church was designated as a National Historic Site in October 1998. Lunenburg itself is a World Heritage Site.

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Stock photo: St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg,  dates to 1754, is the second oldest protestant church in Canada. The original church design was modified a number of times since its original construction, the most recent occurring in 1870-71 when its present Gothic Victorian interior was constructed. The Church is a well known landmark in Nova Scotia, and appears as a backdrop in the 1998 Hollywood Pictures movie Simon Birch. The Church was designated as a National Historic Site in October 1998. Lunenburg itself is a World Heritage Site. was taken by nsgypsy with samsung model SM-G930W8 . White balance settings: 0.