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Are these the 12 most beautiful places in N.L.?

<div class="description mw-content-ltr en" lang="en" dir="ltr">Looking across the Bottle Cove's mouth at the cave. To the left is one of the sandiest beaches in Newfoundland and Labrador.&nbsp;<span>Eugene Cormier/Wikimedia Commons</span></div>
<div class="description mw-content-ltr en" lang="en" dir="ltr">Looking across the Bottle Cove's mouth at the cave. To the left is one of the sandiest beaches in Newfoundland and Labrador.&nbsp;<span>Eugene Cormier/Wikimedia Commons</span></div>

The Culture Trip — a web site with art, culture, food and travel info from around the world — recently listed what it considered the 12 most beautiful places in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Their roster (which listed, but did not rank):

• Bonavista

• Gros Morne National Park

• Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve

• Brigus

• Cape Spear

• Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (St. John's)

• Codroy Valley

• Deadman’s Bay Provincial Park

• Fogo Island

• Torngat Mountains National Park

• Twillingate

• Terra Nova National Park

That’s certainly a list of beautiful places, no doubt.

But there are so many more vistas in this province that are equally as spectacular, if not more.

It's impossible to limit it at 12.

Off the top of my head, I'd add Manuels River, the Lewis Hills, Deer Lake beach, Howley, Triton, Trinity, Harbour Breton and Bottle Cove (pictured) to name a few.

What place would you add to a list of our most beautiful?

Their roster (which listed, but did not rank):

• Bonavista

• Gros Morne National Park

• Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve

• Brigus

• Cape Spear

• Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (St. John's)

• Codroy Valley

• Deadman’s Bay Provincial Park

• Fogo Island

• Torngat Mountains National Park

• Twillingate

• Terra Nova National Park

That’s certainly a list of beautiful places, no doubt.

But there are so many more vistas in this province that are equally as spectacular, if not more.

It's impossible to limit it at 12.

Off the top of my head, I'd add Manuels River, the Lewis Hills, Deer Lake beach, Howley, Triton, Trinity, Harbour Breton and Bottle Cove (pictured) to name a few.

What place would you add to a list of our most beautiful?

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