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|This category is for a cultural heritage site in Canada, number 12745 in the Canadian Register of Historic Places.|
English: Grates Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Consisting of a 60.7-hectare (150-acre) grassy landscape located on a windswept headland, the settled area is characterized by small fertile gardens, demarcated by stone walls, representing a rare surviving example of a communal system of land and community organization unique to Newfoundland. It was designated as the Walled Landscape of Grates Cove National Historic Site of Canada in 1995.