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Lou·is·bourgor Lou·is·burg (lo͞o′ĭs-bûrg′)
A town of Nova Scotia, Canada, on the eastern coast of Cape Breton Island. It is the site of an 18th-century French fortress that has been reconstructed as a museum.
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(Placename) a fortress in Canada, in Nova Scotia on SE Cape Breton Island: founded in 1713 by the French and strongly fortified (1720–40); captured by the British (1758) and demolished; reconstructed as a historic site
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