Ferryland Iceberg Attracting Lots Of Tourists To Canada’s East Coast

Ferryland Iceberg Attracting Lots Of Tourists To Canada’s East Coast

A giant iceberg is “stuck” off the coast of the small town of Ferryland, Newfoundland and Labrador, has attracted many curious visitors for several days.

An iceberg can stop you in your tracks and leave you in awe. #icebergsnl #wildernessnation

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The ice block, which is over 46 meters high by the Canadian Ice Service, is very visible from the small community near the Avalon Peninsula in the southeast of the province.

The iceberg is stuck in shallow water and may not move for a while to the delight of photographers of all kinds.

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The iceberg season appears to be significant this year as nearly 650 blocks of ice have been recorded by the International Ice Patrol in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean.

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