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    lobster traps
    Looking over at the South Side. Photo by J. Marie Photography.
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    Welcome Sign
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    Benches
    Unique benches on South Side Photo by J. Marie Photography.
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    Tree and Barn
    Farm on Hwy. 4 - Photo by J. Marie Photography.
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    Grand Gully
    View of church from Grand Gully. Picture by Marina
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    Boat Shed
    Boat shed on South Side. Photo by Marina.
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    North Side
    North Side from Church Point. Photo by Marina.
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    Lupins
    lupins in the setting sun. Photo by J. Marie Photography.
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    Calf in the field
    Little calf on Grand Gully Rd. Photo by J. Marie Photography.
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    Lighthouse and Church
    Lighthouse and church, photo by J. Marie Photography.
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    Deer
    Deer on Church Point. Photo by J. Marie Photography.
River Bourgeois (population 650) is a close-knit, small community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia located on the south shore of beautiful Cape Breton Island. The community was settled in 1714 and more than 50% of the residents have roots in the Acadian culture.
To visit a place that could rival anywhere for its picturesque scenery, you will find River Bourgeois situated in Richmond County along route 4, 48 kilometres (30 miles) east of the Canso Causeway and 6.4 kilometres (4 miles) west of St. Peter’s.