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Saint John Travel Guide  

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Saint John can be described as the biggest city located in New Brunswick province; along with being the oldest city to have been incorporated within Canada.
Saint John lies along Bay of Fundy’s north shore at mouth of Saint John River.
Saint John’s climate can be described as ‘humid, temperate, and continental’. An interesting fact is that ‘Bay of Fundy’ never freezes fully; thereby having moderated winter temperatures in comparison with the inland locations. Still, with prevailing winds blowing from west, i.e. to sea from land, average temperature in the month of January is around 19.4 degree F. Summers can be described as ‘cool-to-moderately warm’. Moreover, daytime temperatures don’t exceed 77 degree F. A thing of astonishment over here is that Saint John experiences tremendous fog during summer season; though it doesn’t last for whole of the day.
The population of Saint John as per 2006 census was 122389.

Area code:
0(506)
Time zone:
UTC+-4
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Reviews Saint John

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Carleton Martello TowerThis monument lies on now known as Carleton Martello Tower National Historic Site of Canada. It had been built in the year 1813 for protecting port against probable attack by US. This thing was in to use in... more one form or the other till nineteenth century and again at the time of two world wars. During the World War II, it went on to serve as are HQ for anti-aircraft defense as well as ‘fire fighting services’, 2-storey concrete and steel structure having been added to serve this purpose.The present scenario is such that this tower goes on to house exhibition of ‘military life’ in eighteenth century with guides especially in ‘historic costume’. General history has also been subject of varied displays.TimingsThis tower remains open for public every single day between 1000 and 1730 hrs. This slot is applicable only between 1st of June and 7th of October.
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