100.00Attractions in Fredericton
FKPC 105-05
100.03
FKPC 100-04 
Nestled along the shores of the St. John River, Fredericton (Ste. Anne's Point) is Atlantic Canada's Riverfront Capital City (designated in 1785).  This city is rich in culture, history and riverside beauty with a friendly and warm small town feel.
FKPC 107-07  "A view of the back of Government House, which was constructed 1826-28 to be the residence of New Brunswick's Governors and Lieutenant-Governors.  It is situated on eleven acres on the banks of the St. John River in Fredericton."
FKPC 107-06 Government House
FKPC 108.03 Charlotte Street Arts Centre
FKPC 102-08
Fredericton City Hall was built between 1875 and 1876 in the Second Empire style. Located in the heart of Phoenix Square in downtown Fredericton, this meeting place of Fredericton's City Council, was declared a National Historic Site of Canada on November 23, 1984.
102.06 - "Fredericton City Hall was built between 1875 and 1876 in the Second Empire style. Located near Phoenix Square in Downtown Fredericton, this meeting place of Fredericton's City Council, was declared a National Historic Site of Canada on November 23, 1984.
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102.07 - "The City Guard, dressed in their colourful red tunics of the New Brunswick Regiment, performing their Sentry duty, which changes daily on the half-hour at Fredericton's City Hall during July and August."
102.03 - Fredericton City Hall
102.05 - Fredericton City Hall & Phoenix Square
103.05 - Justice Building
103.06 - Justice Building & City Hall in the background
105.01 - Legislative Assembly Building
105.05 - Legislative Assembly Building at night
FKPC 105-09 Built in 1882, the present Legislative Assembly Building  is the seat and symbol of democracy in New Brunswick.
105.07 - Legislative Assembly Building at dusk
106.14 - South Riverfront Trail
106.15 - South Riverfront Trail along the St. John River
107.02 - Government House
108.01 - Science East (formerly the Old York County Gaol)
101.03 - "Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market is recognized as one of Canada’s top 10 community markets.  This Market is the City’s traditional Saturday morning (6am-1pm) gathering spot downtown for fresh flowers, healthy foods, crafts, creativity and conversation."
109.02 - St. Thomas University
110.03 - The Playhouse
110.04 - Fredericton Convention Centre (FCC)
111.02 - University of New Brunswick
112.04 - University of New Brunswick, St. Thomas University, and the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge over the St. John River
112.05 - University of New Brunswick, St. Thomas University, and the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge over the St. John River
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