Dartmouth Commons

The Dartmouth Common is an approximately 300 acres (1.2 km2) area of land set aside by the government in the late 18th century for the settlers common use in Dartmouth Nova Scotia, Canada. Much of it is maintained by the Halifax Regional Municipality, Today the most prominent area is called the Leighton Dillman Scenic Garden, which is named after a voluntary keeper of the garden.

   Halifax, Nova Scotia

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