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At first sight SAINT JOHN (never "St John", and not to be mixed up with St John's, Newfoundland) seems a confusing hotchpotch of industrial and residential zones spread over the bluffs, valleys and plateaus where the Saint John River twists and turns its way into the Bay of Fundy, 100km southeast of Fredericton. In fact, the downtown area is squeezed onto a chubby peninsula immediately east of the river mouth – a surprisingly compact centre for a city of 126,000 people with the focus firmly on the short main drag, King Street. In 1877, a fire wiped out most of the town, but as a major shipbuilding …
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