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What's there to discover in Newfoundland and Labrador?

StarsInsider Logo By Stars Insider of StarsInsider | Slide 3 of 31: Much of St. John's is representative of an architectural style unique in Canada, with many houses painted in bright colors. Indeed, the downtown neighborhood is nicknamed Jelly Bean Row for the vivid facades overlooking the streets. Elsewhere, the architecture reflects St. John's place as one of the first British colonial capitals.Follow us and access great exclusive content everyday

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Much of St. John's is representative of an architectural style unique in Canada, with many houses painted in bright colors. Indeed, the downtown neighborhood is nicknamed Jelly Bean Row for the vivid facades overlooking the streets. Elsewhere, the architecture reflects St. John's place as one of the first British colonial capitals.

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