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Newfoundland and Labrador Coast - Canada's 50 Places of a Lifetime (via National Geographic)

Locals here talk about “Iceberg Alley,” where massive chunks of ice arrive as if they are seasonal houseguests. Breaking apart from the Greenland ice shelf, mountainous frozen sculptures off Newfoundland and Labrador’s eastern shoreline arrive every spring and summer, smashing into bays and slowly melting into the frigid North Atlantic waters. Visitors can watch these giant, floating sculptures—most of which are actually hidden below the water’s surface and are thousands of years old—by land, boat, or kayak. (PHOTOGRAPH BY BARRETT & MACKAY, ALL CANADA PHOTOS)

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