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Tidnish Cross Roads in Nova Scotia

Tidnish Cross Roads is a small community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Cumberland County.

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References

Coordinates: 45°59′33.61″N64°0′30.27″W / 45.9926694°N 64.0084083°W / 45.9926694; -64.0084083 (Tidnish Cross Roads, Nova Scotia)