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Shelbourne is a Town that you will be able to find in the southwestern part of Nova Scotia, off of the Atlantic Ocean. During the year 1783, Shelbourne, Canada was originally a port that was small in size. As the area of Shelbourne continue to grow, it soon became the home of thousands of people. If you are looking to visit the area of Shelbourne, then you are in luck as there is a great hotel. The place to stay in Shelbourne is called Beaver, which is cabins that contain two bedrooms. The cabins are pretty roomy and will be able to house a good sized family, so this would be a great place for your family members and friends to stay with you.
The Coast Guard is the weekly newspaper that is being published each week in Shelbourne. The Coast Guard is being published on the intersection where newspapers have been published for years, starting during the year 1784 including the Port Roseway Gazetteer, Shelbourne Advertised, General Advertiser and the Royal American Gazette. The town has went through a film production during the year 1992. The film that was filmed in this area was Mary Silliman's War, which was based on a true story. There was also "The Scarlet Letter," which is written by Nathanial Hawthorne depicting New England during the 1600's. There are plenty of other movies that were made in Shelbourne including "Wilby Wonderful" and "Virginia's Run." More movies are expected to be made within the area of Shelbourne.