Liverpool is located along the province of Nova Scotia's south shore in Canada, occupying the West Bank at the mouth of the Mersey River, and and was named after Liverpool in England, which also lies along its own Mersey River. Commercial and recreational fishing play an important role in the economy as does tourism with many museums and lighthouses to explore as tours travel the lighthouse route, a scenic drive between Halifax and Yarmouth. Liverpool also hosts the annual Privateer Days where history comes alive every June, and there's a parade, entertainment venues, Loyalist military re-enactments, fireworks and guided graveyard tours. This town has a pretty waterfront area with dining establishments and is well worth a visit.
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