Sir Sandford Fleming Park


Sir Sandford Fleming Park is a 95-acre (38 ha) Canadian urban park located in the community of Jollimore in Halifax Regional Municipality. It is also known as Dingle Park which means wooded valley. The park was donated to the people of Halifax by Sir Sandford Fleming. The centrepiece of the park is an impressive tower that commemorates Nova Scotia’s achievement of representative government in 1758. Completed between 1908 and 1912, the Memorial Tower was erected during the same period of building other commemorative towers in the British Commonwealth, notably Cabot Tower in Bristol, England (1898) and Cabot Tower in St. John’s (1900).[1]

   260 Dingle road (off Purcells cove road)Halifax, Nova Scotia
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Sandford_Fleming_Park

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