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The Charlottetown Harbour is a Canadian National Historic Site. Charlottetown is located on the south shore of the Northumberland Strait, near the western entrance to the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and north of Cape Breton Island. The city's harbour lies at its mouth, which was once guarded by Fort Anne (built 1770–1793), constructed to protect both it and Charlottetown Harbour from naval attack during wartime. Today, this fort has been moved inland; however, elements were left in place (including some earthworks) as a park within Confederation Landing Park that now occupies part of its former site along with other historic sites such as Province House (the seat for Prince Edward Island's provincial legislature).